• A March for Conformity

    Last Saturday, over a million people took part in the Women’s March in cities around the country and the world on a stated mission to protect women’s rights, safety, health, and families.  Social media was filled with posts celebrating the diversity and unity of the event and how this was […]

    A March for Conformity
  • The Face of Social Justice

    Social justice has become the raison d’etre for many on the Left, a not-so covert reason behind its push toward socialism under a façade of caring for the poor and minority groups.  This weekend provided a glimpse behind the curtain of what some Leftists mean by social justice and what […]

    The Face of Social Justice
  • The Something Mattered Election

    Back in April I wrote an article describing the Teflon-nature of the leading presidential primary candidates at the time, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.  Nothing seemed to matter to their supporters, whether it was Clinton’s corruption and cronyism or Trump’s… well, anything.  Democrat voters valued Clinton’s leftist ideology over morality […]

    The Something Mattered Election
  • The Slow Death of Religious Liberty

      The Supreme Court refused to hear a case in which the State of Washington changed its pharmacy referral rules for the sole purpose of forcing a handful of pharmacists to carry the “morning after” pill in violation of their religious and moral belief that life begins at conception.  Pharmacist […]

    The Slow Death of Religious Liberty
  • The Undoing of Title IX

    Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments was passed with the intention of ensuring equal opportunities in education for biological females. It has been applied in numerous contexts, from increased allocation of funds to women’s athletics to allowing women to have housing and dormitories that are comparable in quality to […]

    The Undoing of Title IX

Perspective »

A March for Conformity

A March for Conformity

January 24, 2017 at 5:36 am

Last Saturday, over a million people took part in the Women’s March in cities around the country and the world on a stated mission to protect women’s rights, safety,...

Domestic »

The Something Mattered Election

The Something Mattered Election

November 23, 2016 at 4:29 am

Back in April I wrote an article describing the Teflon-nature of the leading presidential primary candidates at the time, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.  Nothing seemed...

Global »

Greece, America, and the Pension Tipping Point

Greece, America, and the Pension Tipping Point

July 16, 2015 at 2:12 am

Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once famously quipped, “The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money.” This economic...

  • Chaos through Weakness
    Chaos through Weakness

    “This responsibility for preserving peace, which I believe is a responsibility peculiar to our country… we...

    August 20, 2014 at 3:55 am
  • Issue:  Revolution in Ukraine
    Issue: Revolution in Ukraine

    Background on Ukraine Large state of the former Soviet Union, approximately 46 million people, capital is Kiev,...

    February 27, 2014 at 3:44 am
  • A Bumbling Foreign Policy
    A Bumbling Foreign Policy

      Historically, presidents have shifted from campaigning to governing following an election win.  Governance...

    September 9, 2013 at 4:30 am