- October 10, 2016
The last week of summer found me on Minnesota’s North Shore, enjoying the waves of Lake Superior, and the woods and rocky cliffs that surround the world’s largest body of fresh water.
But these natural beauties weren’t the only thing …READ MORE
Sometimes events converge in my life and explode into revelation.
A few weeks ago, I edited an interview with Elizabeth Spalding, one of the founders and now the director of the Victims of Communism Museum in Washington, D.C. About this …READ MORE
A friend recently sent me a popular meme called the Pyramid of Intellect. It shows the various academic degrees, starting at the base of the pyramid with a high school diploma and narrows its way up to a Ph.D. But …READ MORE
Eighty-five percent of Americans believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, an AP-NORC survey found in June. Large majorities disapproved of the current administration’s handling of the pandemic, gun policy, and the economy.
If we look at the …READ MORE
Good ol’ Dr. Fauci. The man who has long led the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and who in the last few years has become the public face of the COVID-19 virus, announced that he will be stepping …READ MORE
These days, a diverse crowd of activists, comprised of some of the world’s wealthiest elites down to college kids, see themselves as saviors blessed with the omniscience to rescue humanity from its grievous faults and sins.
To fight “global warming,” …READ MORE