I wrote under it:
He has a very strange idea of conservatism, so does Vox Day – must be an American thing. Think he’s referring here to the McCains, Romneys, Ryans and to the good ole boys.
When I think conservative, I think of Z Man and Vox, of you, of a rollicking, dissident, satirical type.
Which comes back to what a word conveys, which is what the post on labels was about.
Or of people who claim to be conservative, whatever that means. Or if you prefer, academic ‘conservatives’ versus real world ones?
Bruce Charlton wrote:
Surely the problem is that there is no such thing as non-religious conservatism – and never has been, nothing coherent – and that any genuine conservatism is subsumed by the religion of which it is a part?
Well I would have thought so.