American Tradition, Family, Property: Fighting the Counter-Revolution

TFP Pro-life Event: Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother

On January 23, the day after the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., the Tradition, Family and Property Washington Bureau held its "traditional pro-life reception" with remarks by John Horvat...

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The Rush of Twitter-Down Economics

It is difficult to get a handle on what exactly is happening in our troubled economy. Everyone feels the malaise but few know how to explain it. Some say the economy is getting slightly better; others say it is getting much worse. There is debt...

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Return to Order Ranks #1 in Four Countries on Amazon

For two days running in December, Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society —Where We’ve Been...

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Return to Order in Charleston

Charleston, and the book Return to Order, seem to fit together naturally. South Carolina’s premier city represents a traditional order of things that attracts people. Its splendid townhouses and...

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New York Clerk Refuses Same-Sex Marriage License

I was surprised by the following article: Even though same-sex marriage has been legal in New York State since 2011, county clerk Mary MacDonald has refused to issue a license to Joan MacIntryre and Jane Andrews...

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The Bank That Trust Built

The Bank That Trust BuiltIn writing about economy, I have frequently denounced what I call frenetic intemperance. Such a reckless spirit is often found in the financial sector of modern economies as it engages in all sorts of monetary wheeling and dealing. So strong is the frantic idea of modern banking that I have often asked myself if I could provide concrete examples of banking without frenetic intemperance. It is not an easy task.

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A City Without a Soul

A City Without a SoulNear the bustling industrial city of Tieling in northeastern China, there is a brand new city some 6 miles down the road called Tieling New City. The place has everything going for it. Visitors will find excellent infrastructure, government offices, schools, shopping centers and apartment complexes. Land and labor costs are significantly lower than other areas of China. The only problem is…

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Is Profit Man’s Only Motivation?

Is Profit Man’s Only Motivation?I received a very kind letter from a gentleman who read and appreciated many of the concepts found in Return to Order. However, after some generous compliments about the work, he concluded that the application of the book’s principles is highly unlikely. “Human nature being what it is,” he noted, “the prospect of…”

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Summer Academy in Poland Affirms a Return to Order

Summer Academy in Poland Affirms a Return to OrderIf there was an ideal place where the book’s universal appeal could be tested, it could be found at the 2013 International Student Summer Academy held at the Niepolomice Castle in Poland from July 27-31…

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Is There Anything to Celebrate on the Fourth?

Is There Anything to Celebrate on the Fourth?The cloudy day set the mood for the Fourth of July barbeque. It was a family get-together but there was not much family to get together. Several members were too far away to come; others were on cruises.There were a few absent because they were no longer family since some marriages had turned ugly.

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With “Return to Order” on Fifth Avenue

About the last thing I expected to do as the author was to find myself not on Madison Avenue but rather on Fifth, promoting the book. But there I was, having joined 18 others in full street campaign handing out flyers

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Return to Order Crosses Critical 5,000 Sales Mark

Return to Order Crosses Critical 5,000 Sales MarkSince only two percent of all titles reach this critical milestone, York Press is proud to announce that 5,000 copies have been sold of its title Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society—Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here, and Where We Need to Go by John Horvat II.

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