by | Jul 4, 2020

I cannot add anything to Rick Maschall’s erudite and sensible article on Theodore Roosevelt the other day, and I like…

by | Jun 26, 2020

If cannibalism as a spectator sport does not strike you as in bad taste, then get your human-flavored popcorn ready….

by | Jun 24, 2020

Washington Now the mob is planning to tear down the statue of Theodore Roosevelt, and, may I add, that TR…

by | Jun 16, 2020

I broke my ankle early in the coronavirus lockdown. So at least I’m locked down by something real; otherwise I…

by | Jan 13, 2020

Assassination was been part of history since the dawn of human civilization. In his 1978 book on the phenomenon, The…

by | Sep 25, 2019

Natural Rivals: John Muir, Gifford Pinchot, and the Creation of America’s Public Lands By John Clayton (Pegasus Books, 276 pages, $27.95)…

by | Feb 6, 2019

February 26 marks the centenary of Grand Canyon National Park, its designation issuing from the pen of President Woodrow Wilson…

by | Nov 23, 2018

“We do not have Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges,” U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John…

by | Jan 3, 2017

In “His Father’s Son,” historical writer Tim Brady gives us a well-researched and well-written biography of an American who understood the concept of public service thoroughly and consistently met its high standards as well as anyone in the republic.

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