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University Follies

ThreeClownsby Steve Lancaster    3/4/14
Ah, the modern American university. Home of free speech, searchers of truth and justice. When I was younger a degree from almost any university was considered essential to join the middle class. More » • (951 views)

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Arizona Rejects Bullying Prevention Law

SameSexThumbby Linda Harvey   3/4/14
Well, once again, deception rules the day and the bullies pushing homosexuality in our culture win again—at least for now. Arizona governor Jan Brewer vetoed Senate Bill 1062, a bill on religious freedom, or as I like to think of it, a bullying prevention law for grown-ups. More » • (1572 views)

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Human Nature on Campus

Veritasby Bill Kassel   3/2/14
Is there an essential conflict between freedom and justice?  •  It’s always gratifying to see someone on the left openly acknowledge how Progressives really feel about freedom. More » • (1774 views)

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Being Good

chartresbeamby Glenn Fairman   3/1/14
Let it be said now: the Christian has no absolute claim over morality. Indeed, I agree wholeheartedly with the statement that affirms that people can be quite moral whether or not they are believers. And moreover, such people may often surpass the Christian in the wealth of their benevolence – which on its own might well be an indictment against the believer’s sincere conversion. More » • (3885 views)

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Going Somewhere Dangerous

GoingSomewhereby Deana Chadwell    2/28/14
In a little over 200 days we’ll be knee deep in what is quite likely the most important midterm election in United States history. If the makeup of the Senate doesn’t move decisively and dramatically to the right we may have lost everything this country has ever been. More » • (1745 views)

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Do Words Matter? Do Promises Matter?

WordsMatterby Leigh Bravo   2/28/14
Do words matter? Do promises matter? Do you expect follow through and accountability when you have someone, anyone, make a promise to you? Does it matter if you voted in an election for a candidate based on the promises they made, yet neglected to fulfill? More » • (1174 views)

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Ain’t Dead Yet

AintDeadYetby Steve Lancaster    2/28/14
Almost 100 years ago, Oswald Spengler postulated that the West was in a death spiral leading to the violent end of American and European civilization. After the 20th century, that prediction seems more likely than it did in 1918. Well-respected scholars have addressed this idea, among them Victor Davis Hanson. More » • (4650 views)

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Lyndon the Bane and Presidential Character

LBJby Timothy Lane   2/27/14
These days it’s easy to say that the worst President ever is Barack Obama, and it isn’t even close. Prior to that, I would have gone with James Buchanan (who probably realized it at the end). But when it comes to having the worst character (prior to Obama, of course), I think I would go with Lyndon Baines Johnson. More » • (952 views)

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On Charles Cooke, Conservatism, and Atheism

Atheismby John Kirke  2/27/14
I’m no thorough scholar of conservative thought, but I do occasionally pick up a gem. In 1970, William F. Buckley co-edited a book with Charles Kesler, originally titled American Conservative Thought in the Twentieth Century and revised under the title Keeping the Tablets (which I own), and for that book he wrote an introductory essay, “Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?” More » • (3788 views)

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Razing Arizona: Conservatives Succeed at Failing Again

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   2/27/14
Perhaps Arizona governor Jan Brewer was sincere when saying that the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (SB 1062) she vetoed yesterday could “create more problems than it purports to solve.” More » • (1920 views)

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Book Review: If Symptoms Still Persist

Kunk Fu Zoby Kung Fu Zu   2/26/14
By Theodore Dalrymple, (Anthony Daniels)  •  After finishing this book, I was not sure whether to pop-a-cork or hang myself. I could open the champagne simply because my life, no matter how difficult, is Nirvana compared to the lives of those mentioned in the book. More » • (1982 views)

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Where Education and Free Enterprise Collide

RottenAppleby Leigh Bravo   2/26/14
What is happening to our Education System? What has happened to the Free Enterprise System? Where these two issues intersect, we find some interesting debates and positions on what America needs to do to improve our position in the Global Education battle. More » • (883 views)

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