America’s ongoing and seemingly-constant crises have left Americans scrambling to find a sense of normalcy and safety. Just in time, to cut through the chaotic bombardment of conflicting messages and opinions while providing a voice…
Book Review: America, Guns, and Freedom
As gun rights and gun control advocates, political surrogates, spokespeople, and groups contend over the future of the Second Amendment to the Constitution, Dr. Miguel Faria, Jr., M.D. published a book that gives extensive background,…
Why Angela Davis Should Remember the Jonestown Massacre
Not that anyone should forget but the revolutionary radical turned credentialed academic has a special reason to remember the mass suicide/homicide that occurred 40 years ago in the country of Guyana on November 18, 1978.
Fact-Checking History’s First Draft
Journalism, the old cliché goes, is the first draft of history. Unfortunately, it rarely gets through rewrites before it hits the classroom. Yesterday’s headlines often look a bit silly when viewed through a microfiche, and…
Political Science Lesson from Evangelicals
The nation’s pre-eminent political science professors are still scratching their heads over the result of the 2016 presidential election: Perhaps they should chat with some of the people who voted for the winner rather than consult The New York Times.
North Korea’s Amen Corner in Academe
For about a century, intellectuals, especially those who teach, have been looking for philosopher kings. When the objects of their affections turn out to be thugs, they rarely admit it.
Raising The BAR
Liz Matory is living proof that you can overcome a lifetime of Left-wing indoctrination.
Stealth Invasion of a Sanctuary Nation
In his book, Stealth Invasion, author Leo Hohmann reminds us of the refugee resettlement problem facing America and the potential $5.6 billion price-tag, in addition to the national security concerns surrounding immigration.
No Safe Space for Caucasians
In his latest book, No Campus for White Men, author Scott Greer dives into the Left’s continued war on free speech, common sense and the Caucasian male.
Book Review: Northwestern College Professor Survived a Title IX Investigation over an Essay She Wrote
Laura Kipnis, a professor at Northwestern University, faced a Title IX investigation from the U.S. Department of Education over an essay on sexual paranoia among Millennials and their professors and administrators on college campuses (which…