3rd AF commander victim of politically-correct witch hunt
After the general overruled a sexual assault conviction, the left spun up hysteria.
Budget Restraint Requires Return to Founding Principles, Line-Item Veto
It is astounding how much American politicians and the American public have lost sight of the idea of “national purpose”
U.S. Navy: Early lessons demonstrate need for ‘peace through strength’
March 27, 2013 marks the 219th anniversary of the formation of the United States Navy by the Navy Act of 1794. Congress appropriated funds for the building of six heavy frigates, a number of which would go on to become | Read More »
Top 10 gun-toting American politicians
Here are the top ten politicians that could handle a gun and publicly demonstrated that expertise after they were elected.
Abraham Lincoln’s road to revival for the California GOP
Lincoln made a grand address during the conference standing for the principles of this new-found coalition to oppose the “slave power” and those in the Democratic Party who no longer saw slavery as a necessary evil, but as a “positive good.”
Calvin Coolidge: Paragon of federalism
Author Amity Shlaes has finally brought one of the greatest and most underrated presidents of the 20th century to a popular audience. Vermont native Calvin Coolidge, once regarded by liberal historians as a “do nothing” president, has been recast in | Read More »
Gallatin or Fluke: The Founding Fathers and self-rule
The life of Founding Father Albert Gallatin demonstrates just how different America has been compared to other nations and how far off the right path it has gone. Gallatin, an immigrant from Geneva, moved to the United States in 1780 | Read More »
Gun culture vs. the culture of dependency
The architect of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, George Mason, once wrote of the need to include the individual right to bear arms in the Constitution at the Virginia Ratifying Convention, “When the resolution of enslaving America | Read More »
Transforming culture, education key to a new birth of freedom
It is quite clear that the modern Republican Party is in a state of flux. The national level party has taken a consistent drubbing for the last decade and seems unable to surmount the organizational machine of the Democratic Party at the highest levels.
American values die without great communicators
With the decay of American values across a wide section of American institutions—academia, media and the entertainment industry—it is vital for informed patriots to learn to better transmit their ideas. In President Ronald Reagan’s last speech to the American people | Read More »