List/Grid Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Syllogisms of Senselessness: How the Left Replaces Absolutes with Assumptions

Today on “Common Cents” I discussed how Secular-Progressives attempt to short-circuit conservative opposition to their ideological agenda through the clever use of argument. They ...

Les Misérables and the American Experience

Last evening, I went to see the new movie Les Misérables, which is based off of the 1862 classic by French writer Victor Hugo. Les Misérables is an illustration of the human experience, ...

The Things That Unite Us

If you’re like me, you can’t believe it’s already Christmas again; it doesn’t seem possible that another year has already passed us by. As we wrap up 2012, it’s ...

South Carolina Still Leads the Way

Today our state did something it’s rather well known for doing: it made history. I’ve said for years that restoration for our nation will come through South Carolina, and today ...

The Real Agenda Behind the “Fiscal Cliff”

Two days ago Karl Rove penned an excellent piece in the Wall Street Journal, which I believe fully exposes President Barack Obama’s true intentions with regard to the so-called “Fiscal ...

A National Tragedy in Newtown

As a father, I cannot imagine the overwhelming sense of grief that must accompany the loss of a child. The loss of any loved one is a difficult and horribly painful experience, one ...

Chess vs. Checkers: The Road Back for the Conservative Movement

This morning, South Carolina awoke to a dramatically different political landscape than the one we knew just the night before. The announcement that Senator Jim DeMint is leaving the ...

Communist Manifesto Gone Cartoon

Last week my friend Lee Habeeb, a columnist for National Review, penned an article in which he made a persuasive argument for storytelling. Citing the power of stories to capture the ...
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