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The Jefferson Memorial - An Excerpt from the Declaration of Independence Behind

The Founding Philosophers

It has been nearly a year since Chief Justice John Roberts nailed the coffin shut on any shred of a limited government …

The French Revolution

Rousseau: The Consistent Collectivist

Numerous philosophers employ the state of nature as a metaphysical thought experiment to support their political prescriptions. Based on his assumptions that …

Fidel Castro and Che Guevara

In Defense of Sanctions

Open war must necessarily be a measure of last resort. The treasure of a free nation is too precious to spend frivolously …

Karl Marx

Marxism in Modern Academia

A spectre is haunting American academia – the spectre of neo-Marxism. Just over two-decades since the collapse of the Soviet Union, after …

Founding Fathers

Our Imperfect Union

In 1776, the Founding Fathers of the United States of America drafted and ratified the resolution which declared themselves sovereign from the …

Newt Gingrich

Challenging Professor Gingrich

In the final debate before the Iowa caucuses, most candidates stuck to the same talking points which, by now, have been repeated …