PA Author Brings Message to Scranton that will Fire up Families

   Meet John Horvat II September 28, at presentation and book signing SCRANTON, PA. (September 9, 2014) – The award-winning Pennsylvania author whose appearances across America are sparking a national discussion will share his much … Continue reading


“They Did the Impossible”

By: Norman Fulkerson. Tennessee earned the nickname the “Volunteer State” during the War of 1812 because of the prominent role played by her sons, especially during the Battle of New Orleans. When Andrew Jackson asked … Continue reading

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America No Longer Has Leaders, We Have Bureaucratic Managers. And They Are Failing Us.

There is something wrong with the way we deal with our problems these days. We used to have leaders. Now it seems every crisis must be addressed by some massive law, in which every possibility … Continue reading

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Stopping Satan in Oklahoma

The planned holding of a Satanic Black Mass in the Civic Center, a public building in Oklahoma City, on September 21, represents more than just an exercise of “freedom.” It is a highly symbolic act … Continue reading


The Chinese Illusion of “Free Enterprise”

Anyone who has the illusion that the Chinese Communist Party has adopted capitalism would do well to look at exactly how the Chinese economy is run. While it is true that the Chinese state no … Continue reading


Three Very Important American Traditions

M. Stanton Evans lists three important aspects of tradition that shape American life and that need reaffirming today. First, there is the idea of limits on the power of rulers and magistrates. This becomes especially … Continue reading


Praise for Return to Order — Rep. Lou Barletta

“Return to Order is a refreshing breath of air in a time of economic and political distress. It reminds us of those basic and foundational institutions and practices that helped shape the generations of our fathers … Continue reading


When Architecture Disregards Reality

If there is anything that characterizes modern architecture, it is its denial of locality and culture. Modern architects proclaim their freedom from traditional restraint by putting up their eccentric structures wherever they wish. They tend … Continue reading

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