On Fascism

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After several years, I'm still looking for a working definition of "middle class" from the Left and the Democrat Party that even remotely resembles the American private sector definition, as we reshaped it over the past century and a half. You see, in the rest of the world, and...
There's some talk that many Republicans in both the Senate and the House are getting wobbly about actually ending Obamacare. Suddenly, it's "repair", not "repeal and replace". My only question is: After promising to end Obamacare if we could just gain control of the House in 2010, and then when that came...
(Note to Christian apologists: This is why atheists are worth your time.) Mortimer Adler was the 20th Century's most prominent American philosopher, living almost the entirety of it, 1902-2001. Well into my 30's (the 1970s), as his name flitted in an out of my consciousness, I always assumed he was an...
  Just as everyone knew where the bootleg whisky was in 1930. So President Trump speaks a big truth. Media naysayers are either as innocent as church teetotalers were in 1930, or are in on the conspiracy. There's no in between. I've worked with voter integrity groups for as long as I've been...
On Friday, January 20, 2017 Donald Trump strode to the microphone, looking out over a sea of citizens who had dreamed of this day, some for thirty years, and spoke directly at them. Behind President Trump sat the elites of Washington, the most powerful array of political strength in the...
This week marks a seminal point in world history, not just about what will happen, but how what happens will be recorded. History as Written I argued in November that it would be better not to prosecute Hillary Clinton for her email crimes, arguing that doing so now would only elevate her in...
"You are lost to history"- George Orwell, 1984 Larry Arnn, the president of Hillsdale College, is one of the most influential conservatives in America. Moreover, he does more than just talk about it, which also makes him one of the most unique conservatives in America. A doer. And what he has done, for...
In probably what is an annual Christmas spread, The New York Times published an interview: "Am I a Christian, Pastor Timothy Keller?" by their Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, Nicholas Kristof, with Pastor Keller, also of New York, and also a NYT best-selling author of several books on Christian apologetics. The topic was whether one can be...