Jack Kerwick, Ph.D.

Friday, 20 December 2013 11:52

Phil Robertson, His Critics, and the World

If Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson is "vile," then so too is every one of the world's historic ethical and religious traditions.

Wednesday, 18 December 2013 13:26

Ideology, Language, and Income "Inequality"

The very language that is used to defend liberty is stacked against it.

Friday, 13 December 2013 15:25

The Fallacies at the Heart of Socialism

Darren Hutchinson, a professor of constitutional law who favors socialist redistribution of wealth, relies on the fatal flaws in his ideology to make his case that liberty can go hand in hand with redistribution.

 

 

There is a definite contrast between Pope Francis' focus on "states" and "economies" and Jesus' focus on the heart.

In the wake of Nelson Mandela's death, there are glaring inconsistencies in the statements by many self-declared "conservatives" who now praise Nelson Mandela as a "freedom fighter."

An exclusive focus on the future via political activism is ruining higher education.

Naming names that the media will not bring to our attention, this author highlights not only the extent the black-on-white violence occurs, but the extent that it is ignored by both the press and Republicans.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was no "conservative," as many Republican commentators now claim. He was indeed a man of the hard Left.

I state and refute standard objections raised by Republicans against conservatives and libertarians who choose to sit out elections.

Here are some of the real reasons why the Republican Party is in trouble.