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

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Immigration And The Kind of Nation We Need To Be

The immigration crisis brings to the forefront many issues that have long festered in the body politic. It involves the future of an order inside a nation, which today is fragmented and polarized without a clear course ahead.

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Land Reform in South Africa – a Desperate Search for Sanity Amidst the Confusion

Debate around the issue of land reform in South Africa is fraught with complexity and always emotive. Not at issue is the dispossessive and manifestly unjust promulgation of certain laws...

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Archbishop Exhorts Ukrainian Soldiers to Combat with Christ for their Country


In a letter of support for Ukrainian military servicemen, Metropolitan Ihor (Voznyak) stressed that “we witness the coming of a new generation of heroes ready to sacrifice their lives and forget about comfort and calmness...
 

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Pro-Choice: The Choice of Failure

In a stunning exposé revealing the truth about the abortion movement, Time Magazine ran a January 2013 cover article titled "Roe v. Wade, They’ve Been Losing Ever Since." Young women and politicians alike are distancing themselves from the abortion industry and have now even chosen to depart from their cherished cliché—pro-choice.

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It’s China’s Turn to Resurrect Cuba

After decades of pumping money into the Cuban prison island, Russia’s efforts ceased due to its own failed economy in 1991. The Russian bear was left hanging with $35 billion in uncollectable...

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The Burial of an American Hero: On Behalf of a Grateful Nation

His life was filled with service and commitment and the military repaid him by a magnificent ceremony full of honor and precision. Admiral Denton, who died on March 28 was finally laid to rest in...
 

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Interview with Dr. Samuel Gregg: “Culture Drives History, Societies and Economic Life”

Many economists make the mistake of thinking that economics is a more-or-less self-sufficient discipline. But economies are part of a wider set of values and institutions...

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Cardinal Zen Exhorts the Chinese to Heroically Confront Communism

After the Communist government in Beijing threatened to take away the freedom of Hong Kong, Joseph Cardinal Zen Ze-kiun, the city’s archbishop emeritus, reacted the way Catholics would like to see their bishops react...

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Fencing with Piketty

As I sat down to read Thomas Piketty’s bestselling book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, I must admit I was not well disposed toward the book. Naturally, based on what I had read, I expected to find in Piketty’s Capital a rabid, ideological screed in the line of Marx’s utterly unreadable Das Kapital.

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Vietnamese Leader Repudiates Socialism, Joins Catholic Church

In a book that caused a sensation, titled Journal d’un lâche [A Coward’s Diary], Tô Hai, a “founding father” of Vietnamese communism and famous composer in that country announced he had left the Communist Party...

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