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Book Review: THE MORALITY OF EVERYDAY LIFE

Dr. Fleming’s book, The Morality of Everyday Life, presents seven essays that examine, in-depth and detail, the unraveling of our culture and government. What’s that, you ask? What do I mean, “unraveling of our culture and government? Well, okay, take a … Continue reading

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Book Review: NEW VIEWS OF THE CONSTITUTION

Twentieth Centurions often credit modern conservatism with being the brainchild of Russell Kirk, Barry Goldwater or some other recent conservative, but John Taylor of Caroline clearly demonstrates in this classic work that conservatism has had long established roots in American … Continue reading

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