When Men Calmly Carried Out Their Trades

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In the placid waters of this canal of the Belgian city of Ghent, the facades of some buildings typical of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance have been reflected for centuries. These buildings create a singular architectural impression of balance because of the harmonious contrast between their imposing, serious and solid mass, … Read more

The 10 Answers about True Marriage that USA Today Never Published

The 10 Answers about True Marriage that USA Today Never Published 2

Recently, a collegiate correspondent for USA Today contacted TFP Student Action for an interview.  The young reporter asked ten questions about DOMA and the same-sex “marriage” debate.  She wrote:  “Please return them [answers] back to me by the end of the day so I can include your perspective in the article.” Sure.  … Read more

America’s Native Spirit

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It might appear to a casual observer that the United States is not a country where one would find a healthy regionalism. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Bluegrass State which is commonly seen merely as the home of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Those who see it this way might be … Read more

Off the Beaten Path

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Since reading Return to Order by John Horvat, I was inspired to apply the principles he so clearly lays out for the reader. He gives organic society as the solution for our economic problems and an essential part of such a plan is a healthy regionalism. Although it might be hard to … Read more

No Nobility of Purpose = No Prosperity

No Nobility of Purpose = No Prosperity

There are those who think that if we put our economy back on track, everything will be all right. Material prosperity is their sole solution. They speak of happiness as if it can be expressed in terms of GDP, government statistics and employment benefits. We certainly do need material prosperity but such … Read more

Liberals’ “War on Women”

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“Thou shalt defend the weak and make thyself their protector.” – From the Ten Commandments of Chivalry Leftists constantly remind the world about how much they care for the “oppressed classes,” while accusing conservatives of striving to perpetuate their “exploitation.” One such group that liberals claim to defend is women and during … Read more

A Weak King Weakens the Strongest People

A Weak King Weakens the Strongest People 2

“A weak king weakens the strongest people.” This famous phrase by Portuguese epic poet Camões comes to mind when reading the statement issued by the Permanent Council of the French Bishops Conference, three days after one of the largest demonstrations that France has ever known. Dissenting from the million marchers who clamored … Read more

It Takes an Organic Christian Society

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For a better notion of what we mean by organic society, let’s put it this way: Hillary Clinton wrote a book called It Takes a Village, which develops the idea that it takes a whole village to raise a child. We would certainly disagree with her because she interpreted “village” to mean … Read more

Why Return to Order?

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Interview with John Horvat II, Author of Return to Order John Horvat II is a scholar, researcher, educator, international speaker, author and regular contributor to Crusade Magazine. His writings have appeared worldwide in numerous publications and websites. For more than two decades, he has been researching and writing about the socio-economic crisis … Read more