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Jerzy Popieluszko

When the Communists Murdered a Priest

Father Jerzy Popieluszko was one of many martyrs at the hands of atheistic communism. But his cause was an especially significant one. His service and death were not in vain…

Progressivism

Death’s Progress: Part 2

When it comes to these vital matters of literal life and death, the ongoing progressive evolution is proving to be downright frightening. Where will death’s progress advance next? Stay tuned…

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton’s Move to the Far Left

If this is genuinely her take on this situation, and not just crass, dangerous demagoguery, then she is a person of such profoundly bad judgment that she should never be voted anywhere near the Oval Office…

Dick Scaife

God and Dick Scaife

I was saddened to wake up the morning of July 4 and learn that Richard Mellon Scaife, Pittsburgh billionaire, conservative philanthropist extraordinaire…

Dr. Paul Kengor

Q&A: An interview with Dr. Paul Kengor

In this interesting Q&A, Dr. Paul Kengor speaks about his new book 11 Principles of a Reagan Conservative. Kengor discusses the link between President Reagan’s faith and freedom…

Obamanomics

Obama Should Study The History Of Reaganomics

Reagan inherited an abysmal economy from Jimmy Carter. His prescription for recovery rested on four pillars: tax cuts, deregulation, reductions in the rate of growth of government spending and carefully managed growth of the money supply…

Ronald Reagan on Religious Tolerance

Reagan kept returning to the need for religious tolerance. And here, nearing his closing, he expressed some powerful lines that every self-proclaiming liberal/progressive in America needs to read & heed…

Shirley Temple

Shirley Temple’s America

I learned only yesterday that Shirley Temple, the iconic child actress, died earlier this week at age 85…

Mister Rogers vs. the Unity Tree

It’s a curious thing about the Unity Tree: it only comes out at Christmas time. This self-proclaimed source of “unity,” like much of modern liberalism, preaches inclusion while it excludes…

Generals Eisenhower and Patton

Patton, Ike, and My Teenage Boys

I recently took my two teenage sons to a talk by Frank Kravetz, a 90-year-old World War II veteran who survived Hitler’s Nuremberg prisons…

Be Not Afraid: Bill Clark & The Divine Plan

The following is an interview between National Review’s Kathryn Jean Lopez and Paul Kengor, executive director of the Center for Vision & Values, concerning the recent death of Judge Bill Clark…

100% Natural

A Perfectly Natural July 4th

Beyond liberals/progressives, there are countless millions of ordinary Americans who likewise could care less. Their idea of America and July 4th is hot dogs, beer, and fireworks…

Blaming Bush

The Presidential Blame-Game

Barack Obama, and particularly his re-election campaign, has achieved something quite dubious of a sitting president. Namely, he has managed to successfully blame nearly every woe of the last four years on his predecessor…

Andy Williams

It’s the Holiday Season – Without Andy Williams

It was shortly before Thanksgiving. I was in the kitchen washing dishes when I heard my first music of the holiday season. Sick of talk radio and sick of election post-mortems, I gave myself a breather…

Religion and the Election of 2012

The extent to which other religious conservatives agree with Huckabee, Mansfield, and Mouw will have a significant effect in deciding the 2012 election…

The Silence of Bill and Hillary Clinton

Clinton’s stumping for Obama presents some interesting contrasts, as the press has noted. Quite unnoticed, however, is a particularly compelling contrast relating to religious freedom—an area where Barack Obama has been a foe…