Gone Fishing

July 12, 2018 Editor 0

Sarah Skwire The current American election has me thinking a lot about 17th century England. The 1650s were a time of unprecedented upheaval in England. The decade was ushered in with the public trial and

A Conservationist Looks at Freedom

June 25, 2018 Editor 0

Leonard E. Read The term “conservationist” is generally applied to those who con­cern themselves about our ecologi­cal situation and look to govern­ment to do the conserving. We who do not look upon government as the

Do More Americans Need to Get Outdoors?

May 22, 2018 Editor 0

Annie Holmquist It’s becoming increasingly uncommon for adults and children alike to get out of doors, and that’s causing major health problems. According to U.S. News and World Report, the failure of many Americans to

Should Schools Teach Students to Shoot?

May 15, 2018 Editor 0

 Annie Holmquist Several years ago, Intellectual Takeout released the popular image below pondering why rifles and target practice are no longer a part of school activities today. Needless to say, the image generated a lot

Liberals Push Climate Policy in Court

March 14, 2018 Editor 0

Gerard Scimeca In case you didn’t get the memo, please be advised that you, me — all of us — are victims of fraud. When we fill up our cars with gas, heat our homes,

Why Does America Have a Second Amendment?

February 26, 2018 Editor 0

Jon Miltimore Mass shootings have become almost a regular occurrence in modern America. Every few months, we watch the television reports in horror: a lone gunman descends on some location—a concert, school, church, or nightclub—and

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