Declining Fertility Rates and Robot Babies

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By Gary Isbell* With the world population growth slowing, some countries are staring at the grim prospects of the unbalanced demographics in the workforce and the dire economic consequences this will cause. As a result, some curious efforts to bolster diminishing birth rates have surfaced, not least of which is the invention and promotion of … Read more

“Return to Order” Featured on Television Show

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In anticipation of a book signing in Hazleton, Penn., author John Horvat II appeared on a local television show to talk about his work, Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society—Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here, and Where We Need to Go. Mr. Horvat spoke with talk show host … Read more

Praise for Return to Order – Dr. Alejandro Chafuen

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“An ambitious book that calls for a major shift in the attitudes of those of us who live in a fast-paced world. Horvat calls for an order that combines the virtues of tested traditions with the creative potential of the free economy: a combination of a structured order based on traditional values and the spontaneous … Read more

Return to Order – Now Available on Kindle

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As the Return to Order campaign gears up for its February 19 release, the much anticipated book: Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society – Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here, and Where We Need to Go, has just been uploaded into the Kindle format and can now be … Read more

Pre-Launching of Return to Order Book Draws Enthusiasm

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The day after the 40th annual March for Life, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) held a special event at its Washington Bureau to introduce its new book on the economic crisis and Christian organic solutions. With standing room only, guests crowded the small auditorium for the event. The … Read more

Not All Relationships Are Equal

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Many people point to social media as an expansion of human relationships. Indeed, it is true that the number of personal contacts is often greater but the quality of relationships is also very important. Richard Stivers notes: “The more time individuals spent online, the more they experienced loneliness and depression. Increased Internet use obviously results … Read more

When the Human Element is Lost in Business…

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When economy becomes frenzied and intemperate, the warm human bonds that are so essential for trust and security are replaced by cold mechanical links. There is, for example, a difference between a family doctor and a provider of health services. Mutual fund owner John Bogle notes the change in these relationships in his field. He … Read more

It Takes an Organic Christian Society

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For a better notion of what we mean by organic society, let’s put it this way: Hillary Clinton wrote a book called It Takes a Village, which develops the idea that it takes a whole village to raise a child. We would certainly disagree with her because she interpreted “village” to mean a socialist state. … Read more

How to Create Monsters

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Imagine if police in a major city were to uncover a plot in which a serial killer was found to be planning to use the Internet to unleash a cult of followers who would also engage in serial killings. Imagine further, if police found as evidence an ice pick impaling a woman’s eye. Such a … Read more

Ten Outstanding Traits of Organic Christian Society

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Organic Christian society is a remedy that can lead us to a balanced economy without the ills of frenetic intemperance. It might seem strange that we deliberately propose a society as a solution to an economic problem. However, we believe that economy should be so embedded in a social order that the two solutions, social … Read more