Monday, March 31, 2014

Randoms of March

The Mad Monarchist reflects on World War One – and on France.

Bryce Laliberte says:

Most people aren't given the ability to think for themselves because society doesn't need most people to think for themselves.
Over at The American Conservative, C. Boyden Gray, former U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, visits the thinking of Edmund Burke, Adam Smith, and others.

Over at Conflict & Security, Peter Banham examines the Sultanate of Oman.

Over at Royal World, Theodore Harvey says:
Egalitarianism ruins everything. A real reform would be to restore all the hereditary peers and expel the fake "life" ones.

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