Why Sterile Nationalism Won’t Save Us From Globalism

Nationalism is one of those vague terms that appears when a social order is not anchored in moral certainties. The term can take on many meanings, some good, others bad because when nothing is certain, … Continue reading

How Compromise Caused Moral Death to the Boy Scouts

Until recently, the Boy Scouts of America was adamantly resistant to change. This was especially true in its response to the homosexual lobby’s demands that they accept its demands that homosexual inclinations be viewed as … Continue reading

Investment Strategies for 2019 and the Next Crash

I was recently asked for advice about investment strategies for the coming times. It is a reasonable request since we as Christians need to plan for the future responsibly. It makes sense to look at … Continue reading

Why Schools Are Joining the War on Homework

Homework is, or at least used to be, universal. Those who enjoy learning often remember it as an important part of their own mental development. It helps to build responsibility, valuable habits, and the ability … Continue reading

How Wisdom Helps People Destroy the Dictatorship of the Emojis

How Wisdom Helps People Destroy the Dictatorship of the Emojis

It is no secret that emotions rule in America. The more sensational the news, the more impact it has. The media need to make things dramatic if stories are to survive in today’s short news … Continue reading

When Coddled Minds Produce Shattered Lives

In the summer of 1942, the USS South Dakota set sail to do battle in the Pacific. One of the gunners on board was Calvin Graham. On November 14, the South Dakota encountered eight Japanese … Continue reading

Bush, Macron and the Monumental Failure of Climate Politics

Looking back over 2018, three recent events in three different countries illustrate just how far the fortunes of climate change politics have fallen. The first event was the death of George H. W. Bush, forty-first … Continue reading

When Catholics said NO to Satan at Michigan State Capitol

On December 22, 2018, a group of Catholics gathered in front of the Michigan State Capitol Building in Lansing to pray the rosary. They carried a banner saying: “Praying the Rosary, to keep Christ in … Continue reading

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