Rebuilding the Foundations With McGuffey Readers
- Uncategorized, Education, Family, History, Literature, Politics, Religion
- May 2, 2022
America has become a place of magic, a little like Disney World used to be, but without the fun.
Politicians in the federal government, some governors and mayors, and many in the mainstream media are now wizards waving their magic …READ MORE
The portion of the U.S. population fully vaccinated against COVID-19 rose from 0 percent at the outset of 2021 to 63 percent by the end of the year. Yet, the CDC recently estimated that average U.S. life expectancy fell by …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
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
Most people I know have either read or seen Gone with the Wind. One of the underlying themes of that story, alluded to in the title, is the disappearance of the Old South, its economy and way of life …READ MORE
When I was 10, I had a 12-year-old sister, Denise, and two brothers. Lenny was 14 and Danny was 5. We boys slept in the same room in a small, single-story house in a modest, riverside neighborhood known as Pleasureland.…READ MORE