The New World Order Reset (and other stories)

A roundup of news and interviews from around the interwebs.

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Every so often, the media publishes a story that highlights the ugliness of the abortion mindset. Like this one, at Newsweek—about a man who walked away from his childhood sweetheart when she refused to abort their disabled daughter:

Aman has taken to Reddit to confess he has a severely disabled daughter who he has never met, after informing her mom he was going to “walk away” after she decided not to have an abortion.

Read the whole thing if you’ve got the stomach for it.

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An interesting synopsis from Publisher’s Weekly on “Conservative Publishing in America Today.”

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The Family Research Council has a good summary of the political war that has erupted between Disney and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over Disney’s condemnation of a law protecting young children from sexual content in schools.

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At World Opinions, Abigail Dodd has a good response to Dr. Russell Moore’s recent Christianity Today article on “Faithfully fighting the culture war.” The conclusion? Sometimes, Christians need to fight.

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Over at The Critic, Sebastian Milbank has fascinating profile of Rod Dreher, one of the post-Christian West’s most fascinating Christians. It covers his intellectual journey in-depth, and those who have profited from The Benedict Option or Live Not By Lives will enjoy it.

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This new essay from N.S. Lyons “The World Order Reset” is a very long piece, but if you want to understand what’s going on between Russia and Ukraine and the implications for the liberal international order, you should read it. Mildly terrifying, but extremely insightful.

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More soon.

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