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Who Killed the Liberal Arts?

By The Editor

Prager University continues to do great work — the attached video is an example of that work — and here is the opening of the transcript of the video: To get a bachelor’s degree…

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Agincourt + 600 Years

By John Biver

Here is Christopher Hibbert writing in his book Agincourt: Before dawn on the 25 October 1415 both armies roused themselves and began slowly to adopt the positions in which they were soon to fight….

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All scientists should be militant Christians

By The Editor

Here is the subtitle of Karl D. Stephan’s above titled article over at Mercatornet: “Christianity is based on eyewitness accounts of objective physical events.” Stephan is a professor of electrical engineering at Texas State University…

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The Ivory Tower Continues to Crumble

By The Editor

Eileen F. Toplansky outlines more of the same pathetic facts regarding our bloated and ineffective public school system that we’ve been reading about for decades: This semester I am teaching developmental reading at a…

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Making College Affordable

By The Editor

Some great ideas from Bruce Walker: The left plans to pitch to middle-class families and young adults who want a college degree to make college free. Conservatives have a great chance to counterpunch on this…

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Politicizing Liberty

By The Editor

Here is Jonathan Keiler: When President Obama emphatically declared, in the wake of the recent Oregon shooting, that he intended to politicize his campaign to implement “common sense gun control” (which in his mind means…

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Barbarians At The Gates Of Realville

By The Editor

Above is the title of Peter Burfeind’s article at The Federalist, and here is the introductory sentence: “We’re watching our culture commit logocide—killing, not just discussion, but any potential framework for discussion. It means to…

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