For those who claimed that they would support the president-elect while holding him accountable for his actions and statements, there is no time like the present, or, in this case, the past.
On this day, our King was born, not to punish us for our rebellion, not to enslave us to a divine tyranny, but to set us free.
If history teaches us anything, it's that the very things that may make something popular are also often the very things that make it wrong.
In a nation founded by daring to question centuries old political and cultural assumptions at the heart of society, how have we become a nation so ready to cry wolf at the barest scent of nonconformity?
With no government to take from them, they thrived. With no one to silence them, they advanced. With no one to tell them how best to live, they prospered.
As it turns out, the duty once again falls upon American conservatives, as it always has, to carry the torch for truth.
At the very end of a long and costly war against a hated common enemy, two political factions resumed a bloody conflict that would decide the destiny of an ancient empire. On the one side were the intelligentsia: teachers, doctors, lawyers, and professionals of the nation. On the other side were the common men: laborers, workers,... Continue Reading →