"Wearisome are the displays of what passes for happiness in a dead world," laments Anthony Esolen in this essay for The Catholic Thing, "A Time to Tear Down, A Time to Build," which decries the situation where the so-called "marginalized" run rough-shod over the invisible, the faithful Catholics.
Natural Protectionism: John Horvat writes about finding the balance between supporting the local economy and importing some things for variety, in this piece for Nobility.
Did you know that many people read in ten-minute bursts now? On their phone? This has sparked a boom in speed reading classes and apps, according to the article, "Speed Reading Returns" in The Wall Street Journal.