Our Culture is a Factory Producing Mass Killers. Closing the Factory Can Solve the Gun Debate

The gun debate has erupted once again. The two sides are entrenched in their respective positions, which have changed little over the decades. One side claims their right to keep and bear arms. The other … Continue reading

Fast-Food Leads to Fast Decline of Health in Youth

Since the nineties, American youth have felt the seismic shaking that emerged from decades of ingesting impoverished meals from McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, KFC, and Arby’s. The main menu items have been served with their … Continue reading

The Family: An Essential Institution in the Fight Against Obesity

It is no coincidence that nutrition and nurture have a similar etymology. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, nurture means to encourage or care for someone or something that is growing or developing. Thus, the family … Continue reading

Report Card: How Does America Rate One Year After the Election?

Just over a year has passed since a conservative wave swept over Washington that took control of the White House, Senate and House. The election of President Donald Trump brought relief among an electorate that … Continue reading

Outspoken Professor Ousted for Pro-life Views Speaks at TFP Event

Outspoken Belgian Prof. Stephane Mercier addressed a full house of friends and supporters at the Tradition, Family Property Washington Bureau on January 20 in McLean, Virginia. His talk, “The Bitter Fruits of the Sexual Revolution,” … Continue reading

Saint Albert the Great: Why Property is Needed

Saint Albert the Great (1200-1280) was a theologian and philosopher of great renown. He was a Dominican bishop, best known as a teacher of Saint Thomas Aquinas at the University of Paris. He simply states … Continue reading