A Case of Double Trouble that Sculpted a Better Marine

A Case of Double Trouble that Molded a Better Marine

History is full of tales of heroes whose lives are marked by the great hardships they have endured. However, rarely does a man face the same great hardship twice. Author Leo Aime LaBrie tells one … Continue reading

The Mouse that Roared and Defeated Walmart

Everyone is taught to believe that gigantic retailers are the most efficient distributers of goods to the general public. Small stores may be able to fill tiny niches. They may be quaint and picturesque. However, … Continue reading

Why Is Prosperity No Longer Good for Babies?

When times are good, families generally have more babies. This is the trend in modern times. Good times generate more good times. The fertility rate of women of all ages goes up. Demand increases and … Continue reading

What the Coming Uncivil War Is Really About

What the Coming Uncivil War Is Really About

There is talk of a new American civil war. Indeed, the vitriol of opposing parties is reaching levels heretofore unseen. It is especially vicious now over the retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy. There is nothing … Continue reading

Why Not Make Roe v. Wade a Litmus Test?

With the choice of Brett Kavanaugh as candidate for Supreme Court Justice, the confirmation hearings will soon begin with a now familiar ritual of evading Roe v. Wade. Liberals will ask the nominee to define … Continue reading

Three Things America Needs From the New Supreme Court Justice

Three Things America Needs from the New Supreme Court Justice

Justice Anthony Kennedy has just announced his retirement from the Supreme Court. Everyone is talking about who will be his replacement. Much is at stake. For the liberals, it could spell the end to the … Continue reading

The Egalitarian Road to Ignorance

The University We Need: Reforming American Higher Education by Warren Treadgold, Encounter Books, 2018   Currently, there is a good deal of literature about the failings of the educational system. They fall into two categories. … Continue reading

Return to Order Why Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Why Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall,” wrote poet Robert Frost. In the opening line to his famous poem, “Mending Wall,” Frost explores one of the mysteries of fallen human nature. Everyone feels both … Continue reading

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