Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Trump Democrats in eastern Kentucky

The past and future of busing

Untruth has been “baked into democratic politics from the beginning”

The American gas station

The photo archives of Ebony and Jet are up for sale

Wendell Berry the virtuous life

R. Marie Griffith calls for a deeper conversation on “heartbeat” bill

Who is up for a 2022 Civil War tour with the Pietist Schoolman?

A chapel on the moon

Rewriting Trump’s America

Nancy Isenberg reviews Greg Grandin, The End of the Myth: From the Frontier to the Border Wall in the Mind of America

Black women suffragists

YouTube and nostalgia

A python eats a crocodile

Christian nationalism in Dallas

The real historical problem with Trump’s “revolutionary war airports” speech

What is going on at Olivet Nazarene University?

Is Jimmy Carter a public historian?

2 thoughts on “Sunday Night Odds and Ends

  1. John,

    I’m not sure where to put this idea so I’ll just plant it here. Given the new Commission on Unalienable Rights it might be worth considering a series on natural law, natural rights, civil rights, and human rights.


  2. Thanks for your wonderful service to the nation! I don’t know how you keep up with so many sites and so much information. Thank you for introducing me to new websites that I have bookmarked.

    I have one minor suggestion. In your Sunday night list of odds and ends, could you put a dollar sign beside the article titles that come from sites such as the Washington Post that limit the number of articles non-subscribers can view in a month? Thanks.


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