As the Trump administration tariffs went into place this week, it’s worth taking a second to think about opinions on free markets and the conclusions that can be drawn from their perceived […]
On the way to the Coronado 4th of July Parade with my family, my wife put on the “God Bless America” Pandora channel. We were immediately bombarded by a stream of country […]
I finished reading historian Thomas Weber’s Becoming Hitler: the Making of a Nazi last night. I thought I’d share a few thoughts. Weber is a German historian, Hitler scholar and professor at […]
*Reposted from a blog in 2015. It’s starting to dull in our minds, whether we admit it or not. The further we get from it, the less we grieve. The trauma becomes […]
From the beginning, we Americans really haven’t been much for keeping things civil when someone tells us something we don’t like. It’s kind of our brand.
Over the last 50 years, between 400K to 1.8M people a year have immigrated to the United States. Over the last 25 or so, it’s been about a million a year. That […]
The Following Essay was written by Emily Van Duyne in response to the essay published on this site this past Father’s Day titled, On Fatherhood.