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The Cookie Jar Elections of 2016The issues now being debated in the 2016 elections are framed as if the country revolved around a great big cookie jar. The benefits and promises candidates offer are like cookies that must be substantial, instantly gratifying and abundant. All the problems the nation faces seem to be reduced to who has access to the cookie jar. Ideally, everyone agrees that people should be entitled to as many cookies as they can get. However, the truth of the matter is that there are often not enough cookies to go around.

The “Strong Money” of Good King Saint LouisSpeaking with a friend recently, we chanced to talk about money and coins. He is a coin collector and had just visited a coin shop nearby. I mentioned my own studies of medieval economy and its coinage. Much to my surprise and delight, he reached into his inner coat pocket and pulled out a gros tournois coin minted almost 750 years ago in France.

Five Ways Technology Is Taking Over Your LifeThe proper use of technology is that it should be a means to serve us and make our lives easier. A key requirement is that we should be in control. We should not serve technology and allow our gadgets to control our lives, social skills or decisions. When this happens, it can endanger the proper development of the personality and hamper the social relationships needed for life together in society.

Author Horvat to Bring Return to Order to DelawareA storm is brewing on America’s horizon, according to John Horvat II, author of 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. Horvat, one of America’s preeminent conservative thought leaders will delve into the center of that storm — the nation’s social and economic chaos — at a special event in Hockessin, Delaware this Saturday.

Return to Order Sales Surge Beyond 70,000 GloballyThe number of people reading John Horvat’s book continues to grow, both in the U.S. and abroad. More than 70,000 copies of 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 are now in the hands of readers in America, Australia, Brazil and Europe. Now available in English and Portuguese, Return to Order will be released in Italian and Polish language editions in the coming months.

The Other Gun Culture That No One Dares to MentionThe gun debate has ignited once again as it does with each new killing spree. Every time, we hear the same message. The public is invited to clamor for measures to control guns to stop the violence. We are told to pressure our politicians to have the courage to face the powerful gun lobby. We are urged to reject our violent “gun culture.”

Return to Order in BrazilMembers of the many autonomous societies for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) and similar associations around the world gathered together on October 2-4 in Sao Paulo, Brazil on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the death of the founder of the Brazilian TFP, Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira.

Turning Things Around in Our LifetimeIn face of the problems that afflict society, many people despair of a solution. Yet how often it is said: “We are not going to turn this thing around in our lifetime.” Such an attitude reflects a real dearth of leadership.

Five Ways Student Loans Are Ruining Our Economy and CultureAs the fall semester begins, students are attending classes and incurring great debt. A July report of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia finds that student loans have increased tenfold since 1999. Even worse is the acceleration of this debt over the last eight years. Since 2007, loans doubled from $537 billion to more than $1 trillion today.

Which Model Will Work for Running America?As the nation enters another exhausting election cycle, there is ever growing frustration with government. America is polarized and unable to move forward. Some believe the solution lies in forgetting about moral issues and just doing what it takes to return to power and prosperity. It is a dangerous model.

Culture Is in the Grits“Modern culture is defined by this extraordinary freedom to ransack the world storehouse and to engorge any and every style it comes upon,” writes Daniel Bell. This notion of culture is defined by the individual’s claimed right to experience everything in the name of self-fulfillment, where “nothing is forbidden, all is to be explored.” True culture, however,…

Now available in Australia - Solutions to Confront Global Economic ChaosThe global economy continues on a course of self-destruction as a result of ignoring our God-given moral compass, which ultimately keeps everything in balance, according to John Horvat II, author of Return to Order which is now available in Australia, inspiring readers on four continents and offering solutions to confront global economic chaos.

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