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An Example Of Civics In Action When we apply what we each believe to be the best principles of civics, we become political activists. That is, for example, what people who are participating in the Tea Party movement are doing. … Continue reading
Our national debt is approaching 18 trillion and we have over $127 trillion in unfunded liabilities. Supposedly, with growth at 3.5 percent, our economy is zooming, but much that growth is due to the reduction of oil and gas prices. That … Continue reading
It has become one of my favorite quotes, but that is not because it is easy. Be egalitarian regarding persons. Be elitist regarding ideas. — Peter Kreeft of Boston College (from here) The statement is simple, but the implementation is not. … Continue reading
In our day we are sadly caught in a trap generations the making. That’s one reason on Saturday we nominated the Republican Party’s Establishment candidate. Ed Gillespie, a former advisor to Mitt Romney and chairman of the Republican National Committee, has been … Continue reading
Who Won? Yesterday evening I googled to see who might have won the Republican firehouse primary for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. The Washington Post was first with the news, Barbara Comstock wins GOP nomination for Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. I suppose I … Continue reading