The tragedy called the Vietnam War has run its course. The United States poured into it eight years of effort, the lives of 50,000 of our finest young men, the good health of another 300,000, $150 billion of our hard-earned tax money, and the honor … [Read more...] about Why Vietnam?
Of all the faults that poison human relationships, surely ingratitude is one of the most detestable. Shakespeare called it a "marble-hearted fiend" and pronounced it worse than "lying, vainness, or babbling drunkenness." For 25 years, the United … [Read more...] about India’s Ingratitude
Despite the fact that the inalienable right to self-defense is recognized by nearly every moral code, and also constitutionally en shrined in Article II of our Bill of Rights, efforts persist to deny this right to American citizens through various … [Read more...] about Gun Control
Conservatives are currently agonizing over what course of action they should take for 1976. At their national gathering in Washington a few weeks ago, they appeared to be about evenly divided between Republican Party loyalists and those who want to … [Read more...] about FUTURE OF CONSERVATIVES
Prominent speakers on the campus lecture circuit and on radio interview programs currently include the convicted spy perjurer Alger Hiss and the two attractive sons of convicted atomic spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. They argue that these trials … [Read more...] about HISS AND ROSENBERGS
The recent battle in the U.S. Senate over changing the Senate rules to lower the vote required to break a filibuster from a 2/3 majority to a 3/5 majority has caused some people to question ever requiring a super majority. Why should we ever allocate … [Read more...] about SUPER MAJORITIES
The 26th Amendment was added to the U.S. Constitution in 1971, granting 18-year olds the right to vote. This Amendment broke all records for speed of ratification, taking only three months. It represented a collective expression of faith that … [Read more...] about 18-YEAR OLD VOTE