Finding the Sublime in Unlikely Places

""""[vc_column_text]One of the essential elements in a return to order is a return to the idea of the sublime. According to Sir Edmund Burke, “the sublime is the strongest emotion which the mind is capable of feeling.” John Horvat II, author of Return to Order, defines the sublime with the following words: … Read more

March for Life 2014: Ending Abortion Through Heroic Purity

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Thousands upon thousands gathered at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., on January 22, 2014 for the annual March for Life, marking 41 years since the infamous Roe vs. Wade decision which legalized abortion in America. Despite a heavy snowstorm which blanketed the nation’s capital the day before, enthusiastic marchers were undeterred … Read more

Yes, Virginia, There Is a God

It is has become a custom for practically every newspaper in America to reprint, during the Christmas season, the marvelous editorial, “Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus.” Since it first appeared in 1897, it has become an indelible part of Christmas tradition in our country. It is no secret why. Virginia’s … Read more

“Defeat” in Albuquerque: Who’s Winning the War?

Pro-abortion activists have gloated over their November 19 victory in Albuquerque, N.M. where voters defeated by a 10-point margin an initiative that would have been the nation’s first municipal abortion ban. The measure would have prohibited abortions past 20 weeks. By stopping pro-lifers cold in the city, the pro-abortion movement has claimed … Read more

The Quest for “The Unreachable Star” in Bourbon

To call someone a dreamer is the equivalent of saying “get your head out of the clouds.” Those guilty of such treatment deny an essential aspect of human nature: all men have a tendency to dream. This propensity encompasses every aspect of our daily lives and is ultimately a desire for a … Read more

American Knight Author Speaks at Dedication

The citizens of Radford, Virginia took time out on this Veterans Day 2013 to honor one of their own, the late Col. John Ripley, USMC. Since his untimely death in October 2008, this grateful city in southwestern Virginia, through a group termed the “Ripley Committee,” has honored the Marine legend in a … Read more