Review: To Kill A Mockingbird

My thoughts on one of the best pieces of classic American literature.

Review: Brave New World

Brave New World: a place devoid of all meaning and life.

Review: The 5000 Year Leap

Author: Cleon Skousen Publisher: National Center for Constitutional Studies For a book that has incurred quite a bit of hostility and derision, The 5000 Year Leap by Cleon Skousen is discerning, non-aggressive, simple, and direct in its explanation of the Founders' ideas for forming the United States. Skousen's book is divided into what might be called three …

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Beware the Slow Death

Our freedoms will likely not be lost in one swift blow, but instead by the careful and steady hand of "silent encroachment". This is why we must remain on the side of truth, on the side of what is right. Let us not be self-serving but seek to serve truth and justice. Encroaching on the …

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Never Again…?

Yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day for the Jews, called Yom Hashoah. The U.S. had a day of remembrance a couple of months ago, but that day came and went without much comment. Coincidentally, today happens to be a day when a mass grave of Jews found in Poland was announced in 1943. This mass grave, …

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