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by Greg Scandlen | Oct 2, 2013

Liberté! Égalité! Fraternité! is the national motto of France. Liberty, equality, and brotherhood were first employed as watchwords for the French Revolution, during which very little of these virtuous ideals were employed by the revolutionaries toward any group but themselves….

And so another September 11th anniversary has come and gone without much notice, except for a few maudlin mentions on the nightly news and the perfunctory remembrances in which the names of the dead are read out publicly at the…

by Greg Scandlen | Aug 29, 2013

Let’s face it; America has a lot of problems: problems with our economy, our foreign policy, our schools, our government and especially with our culture. But one of our biggest problems and maybe one that is the father of the…

by Greg Scandlen | Aug 14, 2013

A few weeks ago I was taking a test drive while shopping for a new car, when I asked the salesman about an idiot light that read “Eco.” He gave me an embarrassed shrug and explained that it really served…

by Greg Scandlen | Jul 31, 2013

Two months ago, President Obama declared again, that the War on Terror is over. As if the side under attack can simply decide that the hostilities are ended just because they are tired of defending themselves. Of course for those…

Greetings from somewhere on the border of Indiana and Kentucky on the great Ohio River; cruising along at eight miles per hour on the beautiful American Queen steamboat. This being my third such trip along the wonderful waterways of America,…

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights,…

We are often lectured that a major difference between liberals and conservatives is that the former “care” about the common people, while the latter are concerned only for themselves and their own. Many believe that it was this sentiment that…

When I was a teenager during the presidency of Richard Nixon, with all the upheaval at home and around the globe, you’d have thought the fate of the world hinged on a two-bit burglary by third-rate political hoods at the…

Fifty-one years ago on a bright spring day in a sun-dappled grove, a pair of young lovers rose from slumber, spread their wings and burst into song. For the next month or so, Sam and Cindy spent their days and…

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