Impressed with two novel ways of reading, the idea occurred to me to combine them together.
On January 2nd, 2019 it was announced that China had landed a probe on the far side of the moon – a landmark development by the nation most experts say will pass up the United States of America as global … Continued
I just read an article in National Review titled ‘How the Nazis Used Gun Control,’ by Stephen P. Halbrook. You should too, if you have not yet. In the meantime, or in case you do not, let me summarize. The … Continued
I began surveying and considering greatness at a young age. In high school, of my own volition, I read Shakespeare, Adam Smith, Isaac Asimov, and J.R.R. Tolkien. And I was struck by how well they wrote, and how creative and … Continued
Abraham Lincoln once said, “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” An inspired idea, to be sure. But is predicting the future by creating it something we’re even capable of? John Donne’s poem reminds us that … Continued
Enough of fireworks and flags and everything red, white, and blue. We Americans need another Declaration of Independence. Yet first we must remember why the first one was written. Yesterday was the Fourth of July, Independence Day in these United … Continued
What’s wrong with Socialism? To begin answering that question, one need look no further than the way in which Socialism’s attitude towards individuals within society has oftentimes throughout the political philosophy’s history led to the mass-murder of those people the … Continued
“Dad, have you ever heard of Martin Luther King?” I smiled and stopped sweeping the kitchen to look up at my second-born son, seven-year-old Elihu. “Yes, son. I’ve heard of him.” He repositioned the third-grade spelling book in his hands … Continued