Monthly Archives: July 2011

Was Slavery an Issue of States Rights or Human Rights?

“It was a warmish day in early October, and Mr. Lincoln was in his shirt sleeves when he stepped on the platform. I observed that, although awkward, he was not in the least embarrassed. He began in a slow and … Continue reading

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Cultural Conservatism & Its Ignorance of the United States

The media (especially in Europe) has often made an ignorant mistake when covering social conservatives.  This mistake is egregious and often goes without any critique. They call social conservatives “cultural conservatives.” Is this concern merely semantic or seriously substantive? Although they can … Continue reading

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How Leo XIII Led the Church towards a Golden Populist Age

Leo XIII  wrote five great encyclicals that have defined the relationship between the three great institutions that define society — family, government, and Church — Arcanum (On Christian Marriage), Diuturnum (On the Origin of Civil Power), Immortale Dei (On the Christian Constitution … Continue reading

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