Tag Archives: The Good Old Days

How Things Work

It’s a drag getting old – you turn into that guy you always made fun of, the crotchety old man who keeps talking about how things were when he was young, when things made sense, and gasoline was twenty-five cents … Continue reading

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The Limits of Nostalgia as a Political Philosophy

Sometimes it’s hard to separate conservatism from nostalgia, as conservative thought is so often wrapped up in talk of the good old days – when things were as they should be, as they had been worked out over the ages. … Continue reading

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