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Orthodox Jewish University Forced to Have LGBTQ Club

September 20, 2022 by


EMMY GRIFFIN  ~ SCOTUS majority sends the case back to the lower courts to exhaust options. New York City’s Yeshiva University, one of the oldest Jewish universities in the nation, is under attack. As an Orthodox Jew-professing university, it has some scripturally based objections to homosexual lifestyle choices. But there is a group of Yeshiva […]

What The Role Of ‘We The People’ Is

July 5, 2015 by


By Edwin J. Feulner, Ph.D. Founder of The Heritage Foundation ~ “We the People.” We’ve heard that phrase so often it’s easy to overlook its significance. But as we mark our nation’s birthday, we should take a moment to ask ourselves: What is the role of the people? Our nation is unique because of its universal founding […]

Why Internet Freedom Is At Stake

June 4, 2015 by


By Brett Schaefer ~ Over the past 25 years, the Internet has gone from a relatively unknown arena populated primarily by academics, government employees, researchers and other technical experts into a nearly ubiquitous presence that contributes fundamentally and massively to communication, innovation and commerce. It is unsurprising that, as the Internet has expanded in importance, […]

Why Government Does Not Function

March 24, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ Do you have the feeling that we no longer have government from the federal to the local level that is able to function because of vast volumes of laws and regulations that have made it impossible to do anything from build a bridge to run a nursing home? If so, you’re […]

Censorship By Fear

September 7, 2013 by


By Edward Cline ~ Joseph Conrad, the writer, was astonished to learn early in the 20th century that Britain, his adopted country, had a “Censor of Plays.” In a 1907 essay* he wrote about the character of an individual who would assume the power and harbor the hubris as the supreme arbiter of what appeared […]

Our Perilous Trust In Government

June 30, 2013 by


By Edward Cline ~ I possess an enameled tray that holds five flash drives containing two sets of the texts of my columns, the texts and artwork of my books, and photos and other images. One set is my primary source, the other is a backup. I don’t trust my computer or the power not […]