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Impeachment Is About Dismissing the Will of the People

Impeachment Is About Dismissing the Will of the People

Most people aren't global citizens, and the elites will do whatever they have to make the ordinary folk conform to their vision.

We Need to Stop Assuming Progress Is Always Positive

We Need to Stop Assuming Progress Is Always Positive

How did we ever come to the assumption that society progresses as it moves along?

Bernie Sanders’ Staffers Don’t Know the Dark Side of Soviet History

Bernie Sanders’ Staffers Don’t Know the Dark Side of Soviet History

Soviet history is something every American should learn before it is too late to prevent its repetition here at home.

Moral Education From Birmingham Jail

Moral Education From Birmingham Jail

“Letter from a Birmingham Jail” rests on a basis that most modern people, especially the educated, reject.

Christianity and Socialism: Are They Really Alike?

Christianity and Socialism: Are They Really Alike?

Even as a young socialist Chesterton had his doubts about both socialism itself and the depth of its connection to early Christianity.

15 Economic, Historical, and Health Facts About Bacon

15 Economic, Historical, and Health Facts About Bacon

Bacon is more important than you might realize, and here's 15 facts to justify your mass consumption of the world's tastiest breakfast treat.

What the Founders Actually Thought About Slavery

What the Founders Actually Thought About Slavery

Pete Buttigieg and The New York Times seem intent on re-framing America's history to make progress seem inevitable, and to depict its founders as the worst people in history.

What's Driving America's Suicide Problem?

What's Driving America's Suicide Problem?

“Why Is America So Depressed?” was one of the first headlines I saw as I jumped back into work after the holidays.

A New Year’s Chat With the Devil

A New Year’s Chat With the Devil

Indulging in the Auld Lang Syne cliché is not unique to humans. The spirit world does the same...

Why Marx Was Against Individual Rights

Why Marx Was Against Individual Rights

Marx had a keen eye for nonsense, except when he himself was writing it.

The Five Quotes From Trump’s Letter Most Likely to Make History

The Five Quotes From Trump’s Letter Most Likely to Make History

President Trump's scathing letter to Speaker Pelosi might just find its place in history. Here are five of the letter's best quotes as we race towards impeachment.

Impeachment Fatigue and the Way Out

Impeachment Fatigue and the Way Out

Approval for impeachment seems to be trending downwards. Notes from America's past reveal the way to get past the circus taking place in D.C. 

Why America's Founders Didn't Want a Democracy

Why America's Founders Didn't Want a Democracy

Many modern politicians are decrying a loss of democracy in America, but America's founders never intended for it to be a democracy.

With Corbyn’s Defeat, Anglo-Saxon Values Survive in Britain

With Corbyn’s Defeat, Anglo-Saxon Values Survive in Britain

Angry Corbyn supporters marched in protest against the victorious candidate chanting: “Boris Johnson: Not my Prime Minister.” It didn’t occur to Corbyn supporters that their compatriots valued the freedoms that their ancestors had fought to realize over the past millennium.

Keeping Impeachment Simple

Keeping Impeachment Simple

House Democrats made a smart move when they decided to keep the articles of impeachment rather simple.

Life After Flight from Castro’s Cuba

Life After Flight from Castro’s Cuba

It's difficult to leave your country and start a new life, the repressive regime in Cuba made that choice much easier for thousands of people.

When Communists Abolished the Weekend

When Communists Abolished the Weekend

In the Soviet Union it was communism that killed days of rest.

Christmas After Communism: One Man’s Story

Christmas After Communism: One Man’s Story

When Chambers rejected the Communist philosophy of faith in man and embraced faith in God, he had what he viewed as his first Christmas.

Rose Wilder Lane: Pioneer of Educational Freedom

Rose Wilder Lane: Pioneer of Educational Freedom

The daughter of Laura Ingalls and Almanzo Wilder, baby Rose, grew up to become an outspoken critic of Roosevelt’s New Deal, Social Security, and other government programs she felt disempowered individuals and gave greater authority to the state.

Socialist Policies Have Piqued American Interests Before

Socialist Policies Have Piqued American Interests Before

Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and others may be pushing socialism today, but they're far from the first American politicians to do so.

Saving Private Ryan: Virtue and Valour Against ‘Toxic Masculinity’

Saving Private Ryan: Virtue and Valour Against ‘Toxic Masculinity’

While society condemns toxic masculinity, it is important that we remember the sacrifice of heroes such as those portrayed in "Saving Private Ryan."

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation: What a Different Era

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation: What a Different Era

The first President's humility, faith, and outlook stand in stark contrast to the politicians of our time. 

The Grievance-Mongers Should Leave Thanksgiving Alone

The Grievance-Mongers Should Leave Thanksgiving Alone

Is Thanksgiving, as the American left would frame it, merely a holiday celebrating the oppression of the Native Americans by European settlers?

Why the Pilgrims Abandoned Common Ownership for Private Property

Why the Pilgrims Abandoned Common Ownership for Private Property

The first few years of the Plymouth colony saw starvation and other hardships, but one big change in how property was administered quickly fixed that.

The Secular Religion of Socialism

The Secular Religion of Socialism

Socialism is more than political. It's a secular religion. 

How Many People Must Die to Fix the Planet?

How Many People Must Die to Fix the Planet?

The Malthusian doomsday prediction has been spectacularly wrong, and yet still popular, for more than 200 years. How many people have to die to satisfy today's alarmists?

The Origins of the Thought Police – and Why They Scare Us

The Origins of the Thought Police – and Why They Scare Us

Do you know the origins of George Orwell's 'Thought Police'? They are unfortunately real, and alive and well in the 21st century.

The Return of the Native

The Return of the Native

It is not racist or imperialist to suggest that Native people of Amazonia are sinners who need to be converted, have faith in Jesus Christ, and be baptized. The same is true for many Western urbanites.

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