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by | Jan 22, 2019

As the luminous Texas writer John Graves observed a few years back: The Unco Guid and the Rigidly Righteous, in…

by | Nov 11, 2018

The conflict that ended one hundred years ago — on the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh…

by | Oct 1, 2018

To tell a story well is a difficult thing. Thomas H. Conner — a friend and colleague of mine — accomplishes this in his new book. By telling this story well, Tom inspires his readers to remember and honor those who have fought and died in the defense of liberty. I hope every citizen reads it.

by | Jul 22, 2018

No one can say when exactly the modern age began, but it was clearly tied to the Reformation, Renaissance, and…

by | Jun 29, 2018

As the Fourth of July approaches, millions of Americans will be traveling around the country to visit friends and family…

by | May 29, 2018

You see where the line is between a good tennis player and an Immortal in the first round match between…

by | May 29, 2018

You see where the line is between a good tennis player and an Immortal in the first round match between…

by | Feb 25, 2018

It’s Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath, and I have been thinking again. If I had to say what is needed inside…

by | Jan 17, 2018

The other day I went to see Darkest Hour, the movie about Winston Churchill’s heroics in the spring of 1940…

by | Jan 11, 2018

At the theater last month I overheard a mother speaking to her young daughter about theaters and presidents. The mother…

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