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Yet another Thursday where I completed the whole day before realizing that it was not Friday has gone by, and here’s some stuff for you to read:

Over at Postmodern Conservative , Pete Spiliakos thinks about what it will take for Hillary Clinton to become President , Carl Scott refuses to tie the Velvet Underground to the failure of the ACA rollout (refusing to do so again and again ) and Peter Lawler answers his own questions .

Peter Leithart has posts on Nietzsche , Descartes , Thomas Aquinas , Isaiah , risk , quantum dice , and the Trinity .

Dr. Boli continues to dispense advice , tells you how to embed esoteric messages in your children, and directs you to the very best of all Christmas presents .

Here at First Thoughts , Dale M. Coulter replies to Gerald McDermott, Wesley Hill thinks about friendship and intimacy , J. David Nolan wonders what Pope Francis will say about fracking , David Mills wrote a post called “Sexy, Beautiful Women,” and former assistant editor Ryan Anderson won an award .

And On the Square today, Pete Spiliakos wants limited government principles to help families , too, while Kate Havard contemplates the seductive evil of Macbeth .

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