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Category Archives: Consumerism and its Wages

One More Retailer to Boycott

  SAMSON writes: Well, it seems our family has another one for the “boycott” category. My wife and I had the recent experience of reading through the Sears Wishbook in anticipation of Christmas. We were shocked and appalled to find, in the midst of a section advertising children’s toys, a page completely devoted to Playboy-themed merchandise. We […]

Bed, Bath and the Beyond

  It would be impossible to calculate how much the ugliness of modern suburban life has contributed to the flight of women from the home, to lowered fertility, to childhood depression and to isolation for the old. Conservatives aren’t supposed to talk about it. Modern suburbia is prosperous and that’s what counts. The idea that […]