Larry Alex Taunton, It’s been one week since I was in a taxi in Central London when the driver made an ill-advised turn onto Piccadilly. Then again, it wasn’t his fault that thousands of demonstrators clogged this main artery in one of the world’s great capital cities. At first the protestors kept to the opposite
Victor Davis Hanson, Here is a sampling of some recent news abroad: A Russian guard attacked a U.S. diplomatic official at the door to the American Embassy in Moscow, even as NATO leaders met to galvanize against the next act of Russian aggression. The Islamic State continued its global terrorist rampage with horrific attacks in
Robert Knight, In the year 64 AD, much of Rome was destroyed by a massive fire. An outraged populace blamed the Emperor Nero, who had wanted to rebuild the city his way. The historian Tacitus tells us what happened next: “Nero fastened the guilt and inflicted the most exquisite tortures on a class hated for
Victor Davis Hanson, The history of nations is mostly characterized by ethnic and racial uniformity, not diversity. Most national boundaries reflected linguistic, religious and ethnic homogeneity. Until the late 20th century, diversity was considered a liability, not a strength. Countries and societies that were ethnically homogeneous, such as ancient Germanic tribes or modern Japan, felt
James P. Pinkerton, 1. The Four Epidemics A great population is a healthy population. That seems like an obvious enough point. And yet today, at least four major epidemics are stalking the country. The first epidemic, of course, is the Zika virus, which has infected millions around the world and could infect, maybe, billions. Just
Sharon Kehnemui, Can you answer the following questions? Who fought in the Peloponnesian War? Who taught Plato, and whom did Plato teach? Who was Saul of Tarsus? Why does the Magna Carta matter? What are one or two of the arguments made in Federalist 10? Hard questions, right? Maybe not. Maybe you learned some or
Mac SlavoSHTFPlan.com Then He took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you. For this is My blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many for the remission of sins. But I say to you, I will not drink of this fruit of the
2000 plus years ago a child was born. He was poorer than poor. He became the most well-known person in the world. The most misunderstood as well. His name was Jesus and He was not just a historical person, He is to billions of people in the world today, the Savior and Son of God.