As Donald Trump and Ted Cruz battle to become the Republican nominee for president, it is time to closely consider their policies.
Ten days ago, two Russian fighter jets flew a little too close for comfort to an American destroyer sailing in the Baltic Sea. The ship’s crew recorded the incidents and the Navy released them online.
In this must-read article, economist Dr. Tracy Miller examines the impact (and consequences) of drastically raising the minimum wage and argues such an increase may not be beneficial to the…..
In this interesting article, Dr. Earl Tilford examines the events from 1968 and warns that there is a great lesson to take from 1968 and apply to 2016.
HGTV has a hit: The widely popular “Fixer Upper” is a show about Chip and Joanna Gaines—a cowboy carpenter and his naturally beautiful designer wife.
In this interesting article, Dr. L. John Van Til examines the fortunes of Trump’s father and grandfather and asks: Is the “Art of Making the Deal” in the Trump genes?
In this must-read article, Constitutional scholar Dr. John Sparks reviews recent Court decisions and suggests that evidence shows that an eight-judge Supreme Court can “function reasonably well.”
Can Donald Trump really win the general election in November? What do the numbers say? In this interesting article, Dr. Michael Coulter looks at how a general election is won and cautions the…..
How can we explain the surprising electoral success of Donald Trump, especially in light of his lack of political experience, limited knowledge of and specificity about policy issues, and crude…..
After many state primaries and caucuses, Donald Trump is still atop the Republican field—even after months of pundits declaring that Trump is a political anomaly and doesn’t have a chance to…..
In this heated presidential campaign season much time has been spent debating the ongoing concern of the rise of ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Often, the discussions focus on the question: Who lost Iraq?
“I’m really struggling with a feeling of failed responsibility,” she confided. “I usually stand at Ronnie’s left side. And that’s where he took the bullet.”
During the first 10 hours of the battle German forces fired over one million shells. The Battle of Verdun started 100 years ago this February, and lasted through the year, finishing in December 1916.
Foreign policy is an important factor in the race for the White House especially in a world with ISIS, North Korea, Iran, and an emerging Russia. For decades, a common ground for Republican…..
In this interesting article, Dr. Gary Welton examines a recent sampling of voter fraud cases in America and argues that the solution may lie with the politician themselves.
The current path in U.S. foreign policy will produce a succession of international disasters. Millions will experience the horrors being inflicted on the Syrians, including Israel…
Is Trump’s statement accurate about President George W. Bush and his administration? Or is it an old smear that needs to be ended? In this must-read article, Dr. Paul Kengor examines the facts…..
To honor the life of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, our Constitutional scholar, Dr. John A. Sparks, details Scalia’s remarkable jurisprudence. Sparks examines and explains Scalia’s…..
In this must-read article, Dr. Caleb Verbois examines Scalia’s view of the Constitution and the dangers that arise when the Supreme Court becomes politicized.
The recent declines should be understood as part of a deflation in asset prices that were too high because of five years of quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve that began in 2008.
Arguably the president of the United States has the toughest job in the world. So, why would anyone want to become president? To help celebrate Presidents’ Day, author and presidential…..
Today, the average price for a gallon of gasoline in the United States is $1.89 and the price for a barrel of oil is around $32. Only a few years ago oil prices were near $100 per barrel.
Students might be surprised to learn that the so-called free lunch they are being offered costs far more than suggested…
The editors and writers of National Review recently did something extraordinary. They came out en masse against a Republican candidate during the primary.
I expect that I confuse a lot of people at the gym where I work out. I have been asked more than once why I breathe so hard.
In this interesting article, Dr. Gary Welton examines how faith in God impacted many survivors—a faith that was forbidden at the time in the atheistic Soviet empire.
In the summer of 1914, the few who had any sense of what was about to happen to the world had no idea how long it would take for their fuzzy contemplations to unfold.
Donald Trump has strong support among evangelicals. Given Trump’s beliefs, lifestyle, crude language, and some of his positions on issues, this is baffling…
The Obama administration’s lack of understanding of the spiritual depth and commitment of private religious charities is shocking.
Another “Holiday Season” is behind us. And every such season, the purge of religion in our public schools just gets worse.
Oh the self-evident absurdity of staging a play with “Christmas” in its title & then deleting the key lines that explain what Christmas celebrates…
A few days before Christmas, I checked the schedule for Turner Classic Movies, one of the few TV channels I watch.
President Obama and his administration’s spokespersons continue to explain the eruption of bombings and mass shootings as “lone wolf attacks” or “workplace violence.”
For months now, ISIS has sold oil on the international market through Turkey, and Russian President Vladimir Putin is furious with petroleum prices plunging along with Russia’s economy.
A quick look at that rugged American individualism has provided many positive benefits for our country, but…
You can dislike religion, if you prefer. You can even despise it. But a truly “inclusive” education cannot exclude such essential historical facts.
Effective diplomacy relies on a very big military stick. In this case Moscow brings a club to the table while Obama’s Washington shows up with twigs…
I’ve told Frank’s story before. I tell it again now for two reasons: 1st, Veterans Day is this November, a time to remember men like Frank. And sadly, this will be a Veterans Day without Frank Kravetz
Is there a good reason for 5-year-olds to risk their future development? Are there not safer, more reasonable ways to encourage athleticism & to develop talent, like Shooting Sports?
The 21st century was upon us, but Arthur Miller still was unwilling to concede any inconvenient truths to his critics—to the vile anti-communists, to the “witch-hunters.”