Well, it’s somehow, inevitably, Tuesday today. And here’s what we have for you to read:

At Postmodern Conservative , Pete Spiliakos talks about the new Republicans (more on that here ), Carl Scott decries lies (and the lying liars who tell them), and Peter Lawler continues to talk Tocqueville .

A lot from Peter Leithart today, so here are his longer posts on various books—against “species nominalism,” on how technology is making us smarter , on quoting Kierkegaard, and, finally, a thoughtful look at a Psalm.

Dr. Boli has a good doctor (if, for some reason, Dr. Boli isn’t sufficient for you).

Here at First Thoughts , Mark Movsesian reminds you to vote (and not just in New York), Colin Garbarino says that if you think Thai people are racists you’re an imperialist , and new blogger Dale M. Coulter talks about the out-of-sync wings of Evangelicalism .

Finally, On the Square today, Ivan Plis sheds some light on the internal workings of the Orthodox church, and Elizabeth Scalia wonders what would have been better than the Affordable Care Act.

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