Rod Dreher (yeah, I know) on the monarch who "has spent much of his life, and indeed his fortune, supporting, sometimes provocatively, traditionalist ideals and causes" — Philosopher Prince. Scroll down for the comments by the "libertarian traditionalist" who rightly states, "The liberty of the common man, to be free of the dominance of both state bureaucracy and of patronizing domination by the local aristocracy, goes by the same name."
"What if that mode of liberal abstraction becomes the legacy which our own political community, through its habits and customs, its precedents and institutions, bequeaths to us?" ponders Front Porch Republic's Mark A. Signorelli — A Burke for Our Times.
Labels: Albion, America the Beautiful, Monarchism, Paleoconservatism, Paleolibertarianism