American Intemperance in the Twentieth Century : How the Depression Radically Changed American Life and Economy

In his book, Return to Order, author John Horvat described a spirit of unrestraint that dominated culture and economy, which he called frenetic intemperance. The following article is part of a series of articles on … Continue reading


Praise for Return to Order — Lt. Gen. Benjamin R. Mixon USA (Ret.)

“This is a timely and important book as our nation faces one of the most critical challenges in its history. Overcoming the economic disaster America is facing cannot be solved simply through economic policy. Americans … Continue reading


When Greenspan Speaks, Shouldn’t Someone Be Listening?

It used to be said that when Alan Greenspan spoke, people listened. In fact, the speeches of this Federal Reserve Chairman used to rock markets worldwide. But today, a lot has changed. No one seems … Continue reading

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Choosing Christ Over Chaos: America Needs Fatima to organize over 5,000 Public Rosaries for Police

Contact: Robert E. Ritchie,     America Needs Fatima Tel.: 717-309-1990 Email: For Immediate Release Hanover, PA, July 14, 2016 – America Needs Fatima is pleased to announce that over 5,000 groups are preparing to pray … Continue reading


An American ‘Brexit’ to Nowhere: Three Questions Need Answers First

There is considerable excitement about the United Kingdom’s Brexit decision to leave the European Union. Many people rightly interpret the vote as a rejection of wrongheaded immigration policies, oppressive regulations and stifling bureaucratic rule from the … Continue reading


Dallas: The Target Is Order

Dallas was not just another attack by a lone shooter against defenseless civilians. Rather, it was a highly symbolic act against those who defend order. The target was order. The target was the uniforms and … Continue reading

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Praise for Return to Order – Rev. Dr. John Trigilio, Jr.

“John Horvat succinctly describes the condition, history, diagnosis and prognosis of our current economic crisis. The economic chaos or peril is only symptomatic of the bigger and more crucial issue of a CULTURAL CRISIS. His … Continue reading


A Civics Lesson from a Zulu King

The chaos of the present election cycle calls to mind a story about the great African king, Shaka (1787-1828), the founder of Southern Africa’s Zulu Empire. It is told that Shaka lamented the slowness of … Continue reading

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