Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
“Pick your child up from school and you could be charged with trespassing.”
"The average American household forks out $6,759 a year on food, or 12.6 percent of total spending, according to the Consumer Expenditure Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Of that, $756 is spent on fruits and vegetables, and $2,787 on the high cost of eating out.”
A lesson from Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Farmer Boy"
Thomas Jefferson stole a bit from John Locke.
Such is the tragi-comedy of our situation – we continue to clamor for those very qualities we are rendering impossible.
On this day in 1792, George Washington issued the first presidential veto in American history.
A surprising opinion piece by a Dutch political commentator.
If it’s the Constitution, we’re in trouble.
'Bridge of Spies' gives us an perceptive take on what it is to be an American.
What course of action should we take?