Authors
Paul Kengor
Paul Kengor
Paul Kengor is professor of political science at Grove City College in Grove City, Pa., and senior academic fellow at the Center for Vision & Values. Dr. Kengor is author of over a dozen books, including A Pope and a President: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Extraordinary Untold Story of the 20th Century, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Communism, and Dupes: How America’s Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century.
by | Nov 11, 2019

Last Tuesday, I picked up three of my kids from church after youth group. It was a little after 5:00. I wasn’t sure what had been on the agenda for the afternoon. “Dad, we had an amazing experience,” my oldest…

by | Nov 7, 2019

Liberals bellyache over what they call “whataboutism.” It’s a handy tactic they’ve embraced to counter conservatives who remind them of unseemly things their icons have done in the past, for which liberals conveniently look the other way. They want to…

by | Oct 31, 2019

It was 30 years ago this fall that something extraordinary happened, something foreseen by very few in 1989 or, for that matter, in 1979 — with the exception of two men: Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II. That special…

by | Oct 20, 2019

My family just visited Chocolate World at Hersheypark in Hershey, Pennsylvania — the so-called “sweetest place on earth.” We hit it every two or three years when traveling through. For those unfamiliar, Chocolate World is the heart of the Hershey…

by | Oct 14, 2019

Columbus Day — another day of fear and loathing for leftists. Progressives continue their crusade against Christopher Columbus. This is another high unholy day for liberals, an annual opportunity dump on the great explorer. He is to be denounced. He…

by | Oct 8, 2019

I hate to address this subject again, and this needs to be my last time tackling it as an article. This piece is nearly 5,000 words in length, and, believe me, I’ve held back. I’ve tried to stay away from…

by | Oct 5, 2019

It was 30 years ago this fall that communism collapsed in Eastern Europe. One person who would have been thrilled to witness that epic event, but who died mere weeks earlier, in July 1989, was the renowned Sidney Hook. Hook…

by | Sep 27, 2019

“You need to get out!” So screams an irate woman. Turning to another young feminist, a larger one, she barks an order: “Help me to get this reporter out of here! I need some muscle over here!” This spectacle plays…

by | Sep 17, 2019

“We can mark the creation of this country not at the Fourth of July, 1776, but August 20, 1619, when the first kidnapped African was brought to this country against his will and in bondage and as a slave built…

by | Sep 11, 2019

“That’s the scumbag that has been screwing up all my friends!” So said Zach, a student who walked into my office and noticed the copy of Mary Grabar’s new book, Debunking Howard Zinn: Exposing the Fake History That Turned a…

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