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How the Eagle Soars

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  Those responsible for the creation of our constitutional republic were particularly well-educated in the humanities and fully understood that any experiment in liberty would necessarily have to incorporate the essentials of human nature into the fundamental design.   Their inspiration to include the idiosyncrasies of human nature into the rudiments of a governmental structure […]

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How serious is Pennsylvania about the US Constitution?

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Are we educating our children, and by extension our population, on the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights sufficiently enough to expect we will defend, uphold and preserve these doctrines as the underpinnings of our American cultural fabric?  Certain trends might leave one to question.  For example, a recent survey shows essentially half of […]

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Libido, Chastity and the Revolution

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Alongside a fundamental human need for food, water and sleep is the requirement to procreate. Nature, with cunning precision, laden all human beings with the condition of hunger, thirst, fatigue and sex drive.  As Nature would have it, males are predisposed with a biological inclination to engage in the endless pursuit of procreation  – this […]

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Is the doctrine of Social Equality true or false?

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The Western mind has been made so inflexible by liberal thought that it has become an excruciating exercise to contemplate beyond the realm of liberalism.  Yet if we muster the intellectual force, shall we consider is the doctrine of social equality true or false?  Is it true that the perfection of society and happiness for […]

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Politics in the Classroom? Yes or No?

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Representative Will Tallman announced in September 2018 his intention to introduce legislation to create a Teacher Code of Ethics designed to constrain political and ideological influence over public school classrooms.  This Teacher Code of Ethics would officially characterize support, opposition or endorsements of officials, candidates, legislation, court cases, party platform and national policy as speech […]

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Tiffany Sounds the Alarm on Marriage

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A recent article in the Wall Street Journal, “A Makeover Rings True for Tiffany,” touts the high-end American jeweler’s recent upturn in sales and stock price attributing the surge to a shift in advertising toward clients of alternative lifestyles.  Citing the plummeting marriage rate in the US,  leadership of the fine retailer claims their advertising […]

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Who’s waging war on our meritocracy?

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The traditional American system of cultivating fertile grounds of opportunity in which effort and ability fuse thus giving rise to qualified, skilled citizens prepared to take their unique place in society is eroding at an astounding rate. What is contributing to the erosion of our merit-based system? It is the rise of the “diversocrat.” Diversity […]