Brian Farmer

Since Planned Parenthood has enormous profits, spends millions on lobbying, mainly provides abortions, and is a small player in women’s care, shouldn’t its subsidies be cut?

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 11:13

The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates

lessermagistratesBecause Americans by and large believe in the rule of law, citizens and local government officials usually do what they’re told by higher authorities. But what if they shouldn’t?

Monday, 09 June 2014 00:00

Common Core Is Rotten to the Core

More than merely a “Potemkin village” with its façade of being state-led, Common Core is a Trojan Horse that could forever change American education.

Tuesday, 25 March 2014 00:00

The Holocaust: Denying the Deniers

For various reasons, some people claim that the Holocaust perpetrated against the Jews is a historical myth, but the documentary evidence belies their beliefs.

Monday, 16 September 2013 15:15

Hollywood Hypocrisy

The political Left takes every opportunity to showcase compromised conservatives not practicing what they preach, but they almost never apply the same scrutiny to themselves.

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 17:30

New Public School Policy

Schools in this country, from the university level down, were generally meant to produce moral, literate leaders. Now they aren’t. What changed and what can be done?

Wednesday, 07 December 2011 00:00

The Reality of Labor Unionism in America

Labor unions, with their long and sordid history of coercion, intimidation, and violence, are the legacy of those who allowed themselves to be seduced by that flawed socialist ideology, departed from the American principles of good government, and embedded a malignant form of collectivism into American society.

High-school student Benji Backer demonstrates how political correctness in the world of academia creates an environment that is oppressive to conservative students.

While the mainstream media and even conservative pundits ignore or ridicule Ron Paul, his popularity can be attributed to the Internet.

Friday, 15 February 2013 15:35

Is Soaking the Rich the Right Answer?

Calls echo and re-echo for the government to tax the rich more, always based upon the supposition that such a tax is fair and moral. But is it really fair, moral, or just?

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