Posts from the ‘Culture’ category

REVIEW: Let Us Perfect the Writer’s Art

Kilpatrick is clear, eloquent, thoughtful, original, and witty every step of the way. Upon completion, writers will invariably feel within them a compelling urge to sit at the keyboard and whet their craft.

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“Holy War and Unholy Terror” – Bernard Lewis and the “Crisis of Islam”

The Crisis of Islam is an economical read for the unfamiliar Westerner desiring an entry-level understanding of the Muslim World and its history, its struggles and triumphs, its relationship with the West, and its extremists’ claims to scripture.

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A United States Senator Writes a Book Worth Reading

The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming of Age Crisis—and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance. Ben Sasse (St. Martin’s Press. pp. 274. $16.75 from Amazon.com)…

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William F. Buckley Jr. and the Art of the Eulogy

  A Torch Kept Lit: Great Lives of the Twentieth Century by William F. Buckley Jr., and edited by James Rosen (Crown Forum. pp. 317. $30)…

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Gubernatorial Candidate Cries Corruption Within State Capitol at GAGOP State Convention

Lights were bright, American flags abounded, the weather was as cool as the newly-doomed planet could allow, and Augusta was fully prepared for the waves of…

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BOOK REVIEW: The Power of Conservative Principles

  George H. Nash. The Conservative Intellectual Movement in America Since 1945. Wilmington DE. ISI Books.       2006. 379 pages. $20.00. “An intellectual movement…

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California Under Bernie

And you thought marijuana legalization was the last step.   If you asked 100 people where our country would be in a few years, they all…

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Yeon-mi Park: A Powerful Warrior for Justice

Yeon-mi Park, North Korean defector and human rights activist, was the keynote speaker at UGA’s International Education Week last year. Students packed Tate Grand Hall to…

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She’s Conservative: The Left Doesn’t Get to Define Feminism

On November 8th, 2016, women across America waited in line at Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester New York to place an “I VOTED” sticker on Susan…

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The Unlikely Survival of Dear Harambe

Who is Harambe? A meme, a martyr, a hero, a social movement, a gorilla or some combination of them all? The Harambe “movement” began on May…

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