Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared on the website of the Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation. GLEN COVE, NY — Mother Mary Angelica of the Annunciation, PCPA, (born Rita Antoinette Frances Rizzo in 1923) died on Easter…
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The content of the standard education changes from generation to generation, but seldom, if ever, has it deteriorated as it did in the twentieth century.
GLEN COVE, NY — Once, detective stories were an essential element of popular fiction. That their golden age has long passed is a sad commentary on today’s educational and cultural environments.
The Golden Age of American Diplomacy
GLEN COVE, NY — Virginia Republicans occupied the White House from 1801 to 1825, the golden age of American diplomacy.
Union History’s Other Side
Violence and coercion are at the heart of the union movement.
A Soldier’s Faith
Whether he serves for two years or 40, whether he achieves high rank or not, whatever his branch of service or military skill, the soldier learns something unique about reality that stays with him well beyond 50 years.
The Age of Evil
Historians like to give names to periods like the “Age of Faith” or the “Age of Reason.” The twentieth century should be known as the “Age of Evil.” What made this century unique was the mass-produced nature of its evil history.
The Fall of Natural Law
When Western man stopped believing in God, he needed an alternative jurisprudence to the Natural Law. The first and greatest challenge to the Natural Law was positivism.
Service to China
In a generally thorough but one-sided book, Honorable Survivor: Mao’s China, McCarthy’s America, and the Persecution of John S. Service, author Lynne Joiner makes the best case she can to defend the reputation of accused spy, John Stewart Service.
Just Say No IDs
The official identification card was a natural development in France and in the totalitarian, authoritarian, and bureaucratic states that surrounded it.