National and International Elites

People who excel at the national level form the elite of a nation. It is composed of exceptional figures of that nation who are representative of its highest sectors of activity and who have corresponding relationships. For example, such an … Continue reading

The Santa Fe Chill

Contrary to what many artists claim, protesting against offensive art is never free publicity. Few things hurt the arts community more than when it produces works that lose touch with its supporting community. This is especially evident in the wave … Continue reading

A Call to Restore Christian Civilization

For a TFP international summer conference discussing Christian civilization, Austria seemed an excellent site. Even better was the restored fourteenth-century Carthusian Charterhouse where the over 110 participants gathered. At the six-day event held on August 2-7, there was no lack … Continue reading

Ten Questions and No Answers

  Ten questions. It seemed so simple. In an academic atmosphere like George Washington University, ten questions should have had all the makings of a grand debate. It all started when the International Socialist Organization (ISO) announced it would be … Continue reading