Culture/Values

Bruce Donnelly Was A Man in Full

By John Biver

My dear friend Bruce Donnelly died on Memorial Day last week. It has been my privilege to personally know a few truly brilliant people — and brilliant was the word I used more often…

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Social Justice Isn’t Justice

By The Editor

A video from Prager University: You’ll see a lot of references to justice in the Bible, but you’ll never see the word “social” precede it. Why? Is it simply because social justice is a…

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The Indispensable American Family

By The Editor

By Anthony Esolen: Someone may say we ought to live in open sewers, because filth and disease are subversive; or that we ought to cut ourselves with razors, because razors are edgy. What response…

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Our Dress Rehearsal for a Police State

By The Editor

Yesterday in “The Latest” section of this website I excerpted and linked to Mark Glennon’s article “Indifference to Illegality of Illinois Stay-at-Home Order is Frightening.” Below is Dennis Prager on the same topic. (Attention…

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Reason, Emergencies, and Self-Government

By The Editor

By Angelo Codevilla: In the time of COVID-19, the primary practical problem is that any number of persons who hold positions of power have taken to exercising their statutory authority—and often much much more—to…

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The Intolerance of Tolerance

By The Editor

From Prager University: What does it mean to be tolerant? The dictionary defines tolerance as respect for opinions, beliefs, and practices that differ from your own. But in our polarized cultural climate, it has…

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