Day by day, year by year, what once was unthinkable has now become celebrated, and even protected by law. Meanwhile, what was once virtuous or admired is seen as hateful and backwards. The older you are, the more you see …READ MORE
The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing cases for its new term, following its customary summer recess, on Monday, Oct. 3. If this Court term is anything like the most recent one, conservatives and constitutionalists will rejoice. This most recent term, …READ MORE
Asked, “What is an American?” many would answer, “An American is a citizen of the United States.”
Yet, at the First Continental Congress in 1774, 15 years before the U.S. became a nation of 13 states, Patrick Henry rose to …READ MORE
For the average individual, life today is lived in a gulf between statistical reality and the never-never land of conjecture.
Just how wide is this gulf of discrepancies? Theodore Roosevelt Malloch answers that question in an article for American Greatness…READ MORE
In a country that protects and praises personal liberty, few charges are more loaded than to call people censors or “book banners.”
Those are fighting words.
Unfortunately, the American Library Association and PEN America, an advocacy group for literary …READ MORE
In case you haven’t noticed, times have changed, and somehow, those who hold to traditional societal norms have become the new face of counter culturalism. As this is unfamiliar territory to those on the traditional end of the spectrum, …READ MORE
Now is often the time of year when parents begin looking into other learning options and schooling alternatives for their kids. The new school year has been in session for several weeks and some parents may be finding that bubbling …READ MORE
A staggering 99 percent of Twitter employees who make political contributions give to Democrats. It’s almost as lopsided at Facebook and Alphabet (the parent company of Google), according to Federal Election Commission records.
Relying on these left-leaning tech platforms to …READ MORE
The United States of America is over $30 trillion in debt, give or take some hundreds of billions of dollars.
As shown by the U.S. National Debt Clock, that means that every citizen is in debt for approximately $92,000. The …READ MORE