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Five Elections that Mattered for Conservatism

March 24, 2015 | by | Topic: American History & Presidents

In 1970, a young conservative who once played professional football and served as an aid to California governor Ronald Reagan was elected in an upstate New York congressional district. He was a different kind of Republican from New York. Neither … More>

A Golden Anniversary of Bad Decisions

March 20, 2015 | by | Topic: Military & Foreign Policy

“A Great nation cannot wage a little war.”

–Duke of Wellington to Parliament, 1838

In September 1964, shortly after Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution authorizing President Lyndon Johnson to conduct military operations against North Vietnam, the administration tasked … More>

Grove City College: A Rarity in Higher Education

March 18, 2015 | by | Topic: Biography, Education & Schools, Faith & Society

In 1965, Russell Kirk, a man of letters and conservative commentator, wrote an essay entitled “The Rarity of the God Fearing Man.” He lamented the fact that we as creatures generally no longer take our Creator-God seriously enough to … More>

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