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Front Porch Republic is a conservative, localist and communitarian American blog where various contributors—known as 'porchers'—emphasize the importance of concepts such as community, place, decentralism, and conservation. Front Porch Republic publishes books under the name Front Porch Republic Books. It also sponsors an annual conference and, beginning in 2019, publishes a print journal: Local Culture.
Front Porch Republic
Type of site
Blog
URLhttp://www.frontporchrepublic.com/
Launched2009
Current statusActive
Ideology
Porchers have myriad opinions, but generally agree that centralization, atomization, and disregard for limits represent obstacles to human flourishing.[1]
Damon Linker describes Front Porch Republic in The Week:
Unlike the leaders of the mainstream conservative movement, Patrick Deneen, Mark T. Mitchell, Russell Arben Fox, Jeremy Beer, and the other "Porchers" have little interest in engaging with inside-the-Beltway power politics. Instead, they prefer to act as gadflies, denouncing the imperial ethos and influence-peddling that dominates Washington, as well as the boundless greed that drives would-be Masters of the Universe from around the country to seek their fortunes on Wall Street and in Hollywood and Silicon Valley.[2]
Current staff
PresidentEditor-in-ChiefSenior Editors
Mark MitchellJeffrey BilbroJeremy Beer
Katherine Dalton
Patrick Deneen
James Matthew Wilson
Jason Peters
Jeffrey Polet
[3]
References
  1. ^ About, at Front Porch Republic; retrieved 12 December 2014
  2. ^ The new anti-urban ideology of ruralism, at The Week; by Damon Linker; published 19 April 2013; retrieved 12 December 2014
  3. ^ Who We Are, at Front Porch Republic; retrieved 12 December 2014
External links
Front Porch Republic Official Website
Last edited on 7 September 2020, at 18:39
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