Culture/Values

Roger Scruton on Beauty

By The Editor

Editor’s note: I’ve seen several tributes to Roger Scruton, who died a few days ago, here is one worth reading — here are John Stonestreet and Shane Morris: ‘A Path that Leads to Home’…

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Making America America Again

By The Editor

By Deana Chadwell: I’m worried. I’m buoyed up by the economic, political, and foreign policy successes of this administration and I’m thrilled with the positive response of so many of my fellow Americans, but…

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ERA Is Finally Dead

By The Editor

From Liberty Counsel: Even though the ERA actually died many years ago, the DOJ opinion is timely because abortion advocates have been pushing the false argument that the ERA is still alive and can…

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What Is ‘Fair’?

By The Editor

A new video from Prager University: “Fairness” has become a Progressive obsession. The childhood lament, “it’s not fair!” is now a common refrain among many adults. No political discussion seems complete without someone insisting…

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The Feminist Sociopath

By The Editor

By Elizabeth Fortunato: Which will it be, 21st-century feminists? An unfeeling, virtually sociopathic feminism or a feminism that is a proud and integral part of an ongoing project to more completely embrace humanity?

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