Parents Win Fierce Battles Against Radical Ideas in Miami School Board Elections

Parents Win Fierce Battles Against Radical Ideas in Miami School Board Elections

If the recent school board elections in Miami-Dade County, Florida, indicate a national trend, “woke” educators are in deep trouble. Their decades-long control of America’s public school bureaucracy is threatened. They are not yet defeated. It will take years to untangle the mess leftists have made of American education—public, private and Catholic. However, two conservatives, … Read more

Beware the Godless Narratives of the Democratic Debates

With the next round of Democratic presidential candidate debates that are scheduled for next week, Americans will not hear a discussion of ideas and proposals to solve the nation’s problems, although that should be the purpose of any serious debate. But today, debate means theater. It means posturing. Candidates must capitalize on every gesture and emotion. Above all, … Read more

The Crumbling of Certainties

Return to Order The Crumbling of Certainties

In the scramble to make sense out of the present election cycle, analysts have come up with all sorts of theories. One popular explanation claims that people are hardening in their positions. On the left and the right, all parties are holding rigidly to their agendas, forcing their will upon the rest of the nation … Read more

When the Clowns Take Over

Return to Order When the Clowns Take Over

Fear is spreading throughout the country over the sightings of strange and sinister-looking clowns in towns and neighborhoods. No one knows who they are, where they come from, and why they are appearing. All that is known is that they are “creepy.” Some clowns are trying to lure children to them causing people to rightly … Read more

Four Infallible Ways to Navigate the Winds of Crisis

Return to Order Four Infallible Ways to Navigate the Winds of Crisis 1

If there is one dominating characteristic that backlights American politics – on the right as well as the left – it is a growing sense of desperation. After nearly eight years of President Obama’s disastrous policies, the prospect of another Democratic president is simply unthinkable to most conservatives. For them, especially those activists in the … Read more

Addressing Our Fractured Republic

Return to Order The Case Against Secession 1

No one disputes the fact that the nation is polarized and coming apart. This is so evident especially in light of the 2016 election cycle. Likewise, no reasonable person can deny that we need to return to the order of social bonds that mitigate the effects of extreme individualism, especially the erosion of our national … Read more

Election 2016: Have Americans Abandoned Their Principles?

Return to Order Election 2016: Have Americans Abandoned Their Principles?

America is in crisis, and most people don’t know what to do about it. They are frustrated by a lack of direction and purpose. They are wary of established systems and political maneuvers. They don’t care how the problem is resolved but only that it be resolved. Across the nation, many are asking: What’s the … Read more

Broken Trust: The Cause of Angry Politics

Return to Order Who Is Framing the Narrative in the Political Debate?

Everyone agrees that there is something different about today’s angry politics. The ordinary issues that have shaped the political debate for years have largely remained the same. The economy is still in bad shape, terrorism remains a top concern and the deficit is still growing as fast as ever. The mood of the nation, however, … Read more

One Word Missing in the Election Debates

Return to Order One Word Missing in the Election Debates 1

Listening to the rhetoric in the present political cycle, there seems to be a missing word. It is not “angst” or “frustration,” neither “equality” nor “jobs” or even the latest buzzword, “establishment.” Is Technology Ruining Your Life? Take A Quick Quiz To Find Out By Clicking Here. All these words are thrown around in the … Read more