- RSS Channel Showcase 6403534
- RSS Channel Showcase 2199965
- RSS Channel Showcase 7842150
- RSS Channel Showcase 3650016
Articles on this Page
- 12/15/17--08:31: _Countering Liberal ...
- 12/15/17--13:23: _Is Patriotism Now a...
- 12/18/17--13:03: _Why We Need More Li...
- 12/19/17--12:54: _Millennials Ought t...
- 12/22/17--14:22: _Virtue in America
- 01/09/18--09:38: _A New Era of Americ...
- 01/18/18--14:00: _Hollywood Now Guide...
- 01/22/18--13:01: _A Tribute to the En...
- 01/24/18--11:22: _American Decline: S...
- 02/01/18--10:55: _Be Wary of ‘Cause J...
- 02/12/18--09:37: _Another Angle on Am...
- 02/14/18--08:27: _Celebrate George Wa...
- 02/15/18--11:54: _This President Dese...
- 03/01/18--11:20: _America’s Current S...
- 03/07/18--07:46: _Churchill’s ‘Iron C...
- 03/19/18--12:04: _Fathers Matter
- 04/04/18--07:30: _MLK’s Legacy of Fre...
- 05/03/18--10:41: _Only Voters Can “Dr...
- 05/16/18--13:36: _Celebrate Tom Wolfe...
- 05/18/18--12:02: _Whodunit? Who “Medd...
- 12/15/17--08:31: Countering Liberal Bias in Higher Education
- 12/15/17--13:23: Is Patriotism Now a Partisan Issue?
- 12/18/17--13:03: Why We Need More Liberal Arts
- 12/19/17--12:54: Millennials Ought to Abandon Marx for Rand
- 12/22/17--14:22: Virtue in America
- 01/09/18--09:38: A New Era of American Space Exploration
- 01/18/18--14:00: Hollywood Now Guides The Moral Compass
- 01/22/18--13:01: A Tribute to the Entrepreneurial Spirit
- 01/24/18--11:22: American Decline: Seven Factors and Seven Solutions
- 02/01/18--10:55: Be Wary of ‘Cause Junkies’
- 02/12/18--09:37: Another Angle on American Individualism
- 02/14/18--08:27: Celebrate George Washington on President’s Day
- 02/15/18--11:54: This President Deserves More Credit Than He Gets
- 03/01/18--11:20: America’s Current Struggle: The People v. The Elites
- 03/07/18--07:46: Churchill’s ‘Iron Curtain’ Speech More Relevant Than Ever
- 03/19/18--12:04: Fathers Matter
- 04/04/18--07:30: MLK’s Legacy of Freedom
- 05/03/18--10:41: Only Voters Can “Drain The Swamp”
- 05/16/18--13:36: Celebrate Tom Wolfe’s Conservative Legacy
- 05/18/18--12:02: Whodunit? Who “Meddled” With Our American Democracy?
By Chris Talgo According to a recent Econ Journal Watch study, liberal professors outnumber conservatives nearly 12 to one. This should come as no great surprise. Since the 1960s, college campuses have increasingly become bastions of liberal ideology. For decades,
By Chris Talgo It probably comes as no surprise that conservatives and liberals disagree on many issues, but a recent survey reveals a stark divide now exists among conservatives and liberals on the topic of patriotism. The study, conducted by
By Chris Talgo The Liberal arts, once the cornerstone of a well-rounded education, are being undermined by progressive socialists. Historically, American students studying liberal arts were trained in critical reasoning skills. Students were encouraged to think for themselves. Liberal arts
By Chris Talgo In 2016, droves of Millennials supported a socialist candidate for the Democratic Party’s nominee in the presidential election. In a poll taken one year later, 58 percent of Millennials stated they would rather live in a communist,
By Chris Talgo The founding of the United States remains a unique experience in world history. America, unlike any other nation, was created upon a certain set of values. Many of the principles promoting freedom and justice were shrouded in
By Chris Talgo In the early 1960s, the United States was determined to conquer the last frontier: space travel. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy stated “We choose to go to the Moon! …We choose to go to the Moon
By Chris Talgo In 2018, American entertainers have ascended to a position in society that would shock previous generations. In Why We’ve Let Actors Become Our Moral Guides, Jonah Goldberg provides a fascinating account of this stunning turn of events.
By Chris Talgo Rarely does Hollywood make a movie that vividly celebrates American values. Contemporary Hollywood has become an echo chamber of social justice and liberal ideology. Just watch any entertainment awards ceremony and you’ll surely receive a dissertation on
By Chris Talgo Like all nations, the people of the United States have faced challenging times. From world wars to economic turmoil, Americans have not cowered in times of peril. The very notion of America is rooted in struggle and
By Alexandra York There is anger in this land. There is violence. There is disdain for law. There is hysterical emotionalism. What do all of these conditions have in common? A cause. Without individual identity created by purposeful value selection,
By Chris Talgo Sometimes one simply needs a change of scenery in order to see things more clearly. Samuel J. Abrams, professor of politics at Sarah Lawrence College and a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, recently experienced this
By Edward Hudgins George Washington unfortunately has become a cliché. For an older generation, he was too often treated as such a mythic figure that it was difficult to appreciate his true importance. In today’s politically correct society many label
By Chris Talgo On February 19, Americans will “celebrate” President’s Day with a day off from school and work. Savvy shoppers will trek to the mall to take advantage of the myriad holiday sales. In recent years, President’s Day has
By Chris Talgo Since its founding, America has been blessed with a robust streak of anti-elitism. It is no accident the nation’s founding document begins with the seminal words: “We the people.” America, born in a time when nobles dominated
By Chris Talgo Seventy-two years ago, Winston Churchill delivered a speech that established the global tone for nearly five decades. Speaking in the immediate aftermath of World War II at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, Churchill provided an oratorical masterpiece
By Chris Talgo Thousands of students walked out of their classrooms in schools across the United States on March 14. Under the banner of the #NeverAgain movement, the student walkout occurred on the one-month anniversary of the tragic shooting at
By Lennie Jarratt April 4 is the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s tragic assassination in Memphis, Tennessee. On this sad occasion, Americans ought to reflect on MLK’s monumental life and reconsider his philosophy on our waning freedom.
By Chris Talgo Historically, “drain the swamp” has referred to the emptying of swamplands to reduce mosquito populations, thereby curbing diseases such as malaria. Today, the phrase has become a popular political metaphor after being masterfully used by Donald Trump’s
Tom Wolfe, an American literary icon, died this week at the age of 88. Although Wolfe’s legacy almost surely will be based on his immensely popular books, such as Bonfire of the Vanities and The Right Stuff, his cultural impact
By Ilana Mercer Not a day goes by when the liberal media don’t telegraph to the world that a “Trumpocracy” is destroying American democracy. Conspicuous by its absence is a pesky fact: Ours was never a country conceived as a