Fighting the Culture War

Dignity and Distinction for Both Great and Small

Sir Winston Churchill – born of an American mother and an English father – reached the apex of human greatness in his country, and attained it deservedly by his exceptional talents, the unusual scope of his personality, and the merit … Continue reading

Was Youth Made for Pleasure or Heroism?

With the guitar hanging around his neck and the microphone in his hand, Elvis Presley is shown in the photo singing and dancing before a frenzied public. In man, the intelligence ought to direct the will, and both of them … Continue reading

Are Museums Sepulchers for Culture?

Who has not felt the frustration that typically assails one after visiting a large museum? Wandering through the rooms and galleries where rare objects and masterpieces are exhibited, the soul expands and is enriched by the contemplation of a thousand … Continue reading

Hypocrisy, Cynicism and the Homosexual Ideology

The scandal that resulted in Senator Larry Craig’s resignation announcement on September 2 proves how absurd it is to present homosexual vice as a normal and acceptable lifestyle. The Vice’s Tyrannical Stranglehold Taking the facts as they are reported by … Continue reading

Save the Knights

At the Knights of Columbus 125th annual convention just held in Nashville, Tenn., the Order made the praiseworthy resolution to ban all pro-abortion politicians from attending or speaking at their events. It further passed motions that reiterated its support for … Continue reading

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