List/Grid Monthly Archives: May 2012

Rome Destroyed Personhood Before Private Property

Since we started “Common Cents” last September, we’ve consistently stressed the importance of a consistent conservatism that defends both personhood and property. I have long ...

Our Life In Ruins?

For any of you who regularly listen to my program, you know that I’m not the most pop-culturally literate person in the world. I’m not up on every movie and television show out ...

Is “Fair Trade” Really Fair?

Free Markets work best when they’re, well, free. In the case of “Fair Trade” certified coffee, which is the rave at restaurants, coffeehouses and grocery stores, markets are manipulated ...

Our Discussion with Mick Zais

Throughout this legislative session, I’ve spoken regularly on the issue of educational freedom in South Carolina. That’s because I believe that putting parents back in charge of ...

Recovering from the President

This morning the Wall Street Journal’s opinion page is topped with an article titled “How the Recovery Went Wrong.” This timely piece, written by former American Express CEO Harvey ...

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

On my recent flight to California to visit the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, I read Why We Whisper by Senator Jim DeMint and Clemson Political Science Professor Dr. David Woodard. ...

Hobbes Has Held Us Back

For most of us the title “father” is a desirable distinction. Though it implies great responsibility, it also carries great promise and purpose. Throughout history, the title has ...

Unachievable Utopia

Last evening I met with our “Doing the Right Thing” small group in Greenville, where we discussed the moral and ethical challenges facing our country. At the beginning of the meeting ...
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