Jack Kerwick, Ph.D.
Michael Medved's argument for amnesty is debunked.
Rubio's amnesty plan is debunked for the sham that it is.
Good thinking can lead to good citizenship because it imbues a culture with courage, justice, and morals.
Columnist Thomas Sowell recently opined that the ability to think is being lost, and if thinking is lost so are other virtues.
Looking at Byron York's belated discovery that Romney's defeat was due to a lack of white, not Hispanic, voters.
Though scientist Stephen Hawking said in a recent speech at Cal Tech that general relativity and quantum theory can enable us to account for the origins of the universe without positing the existence of God, the biggest obstacle to his view is philosophical or theological. The basic question over which atheists and theists have been clashing from time immemorial is: Why is there something rather than nothing?
How Lindsey Graham's position on Boston bombing poses the real threat to liberty.
Though conservative icon Russell Kirk stated that conservatism isn't a dogma or doctrine, he did outline 10 principles that distinguish it.
Conservatism is dying because it leaders act too much like the leftists whom they are supposedly battling.
It is Bill O'Reilley's recent false allegation against opponents of gay marriage that they "do nothing but thump the Bible" that accounts for why they should be upset.