Western Civilization, Western Tradition, History of the West
This passage seems to be overlooked when creating "Little Women" for the feminist mind.
When Chambers rejected the Communist philosophy of faith in man and embraced faith in God, he had what he viewed as his first Christmas.
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.
All life is precious, but more kids are waiting for adoption and a third who age out of foster care end up homeless.
The first President's humility, faith, and outlook stand in stark contrast to the politicians of our time.
The fourth branch of government is headless, responsible to no one, and impossible to hold accountable.
Socialized medicine can be deadly.
Chic-fil-A's recent decision causes some to question its authenticity to Christians and to LGBT+ groups.
Why is it that attitudes, after the laissez faire ones of the sixties and onward, now may be changing?
Education is not about political influence, but about responsible freedom through a well-developed mind.
Socialism is more than political. It's a secular religion.
People who espouse communism and socialism might want to take a closer look at the story of this North Korean refugee.
Lack of religion doesn’t really affect our quality of life today, does it?
Is Bernie wrong about peaceful Swedish socialism?
Did you know about the effort to undermine the electoral college?
Is truth-telling, or even attempting that arduous task, becoming a vanishingly rare pursuit in America?
Friend matchmakers are now a thing. Why do we have so much trouble making friends on our own?
What might the Berlin Wall teach us about PC culture?
If you've seen Al Gore's movie, you should temper its claims by learning about Climategate.
The lessons of history and human nature should warn us against socialism. Millennials seem to be willfully ignorant of both.
A society that has abandoned religion, as ours has done, also fears death, which in turn leads to contempt for older generations.
The quote is surprising but revealing.
The Roman Catholic Church is changing its priesthood and inconsistently advocating for open borders for European countries, but not authoritative regimes. Should we be worried?
Perhaps we make parenting more complicated than we need to.
Melania Trump is a model first lady. We can learn a lot from her humility.
ISIS is dead, or at least severely wounded. But its ideas are alive.
Seventy percent of millennials say they would likely vote for a socialist. Are cities to blame?
Does material luxury remove immaterial problems?