Perhaps a fitting way to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the Library of Congress is to take a few hours to read a few selections from the books our Founders read. (See the link to the book list at the end of this article!)

 

A fitting way to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the Library of Congress is to read some selections from the books our Founders read. by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.

Help from the West — particularly the United States — made communism the force it became.

Nathan Hale High School in Seattle has taken the lead in resisting the new “Smarter Balanced Assessment” Common Core Tests being foisted on the city's high schools.

When World War II ended, the Soviet Union was one of the "allies" — but Igor Gouzenko knew better. He defected and exposed the Soviet spies secretly waging war on the West.

New York City Major Bill de Blasio announced that the city's public schools will be closed for two Muslim holy days, Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

Death took M. Stanton Evans on March 3, but the impact of his life will continue through his eight books, multiple articles, and determined leadership in the cause of liberty and limited government.

Former Notre Dame President Father Theodore Hesburgh and Notre Dame Law School Professor Charles Rice both passed away last week. The two men spent most of the lives at the famous university in Indiana, but the roles they played were remarkably different.

After viewing the failures of collectivism around the world, Robert Welch took upon himself the responsibility to fight collectivism and communism with all of the power he could muster. 

Hilaire du Berrier — daredevil pilot, intelligence operative, and hard-hitting journalist — was literally on the front lines of the freedom fight around the world. He will be missed.

Call it athletics Marxism: In line with the growing trend toward "no-score" sports, a high-school girls’ basketball coach has just been suspended for achieving a resounding victory.