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Veterans Day Round-Up

In honor of all the men and women who’ve served in our nation’s Armed Forces to protect and defend our liberty, we’ve rounded-up recent posts regarding veterans and the military. Catholic Military Chaplaincy: War-Mongering Or Christlike Service?  Continue Reading...

Veterans Give Us the Liberty to Forget Them

Spend a day with your local military recruiter, and you’ll be encouraged by the number of people who go out of their way to say how much they support our troops and how much they appreciate the service of these young veterans. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 11.11.13

What a Veteran Knows Joe Carter, ERLC There are some things only a veteran knows. Classical Education & Freedom from Specialization Gracy Olmstead, The American Conservative Our modern world is obsessed with specialization. Continue Reading...

Lessons in Human Dignity from a Homeless Man’s Makeover

In a new video from Dégagé Ministries, a non-profit based in Grand Rapids, Mich., Jim Wolf, a formerly homeless U.S. Army vet, receives a striking physical makeover. The video was created for a Veteran’s Day fundraising campaign designed to raise money for homeless and disadvantaged veterans. Continue Reading...

France: What Not To Do

Since the French Revolution, Americans have glanced over to our friends across the Atlantic Ocean as a model of what a country should not do. That tradition continues. France’s centralized planning of the economy, health care, education, the family, religion, and so on is not working. Continue Reading...

Kirk, Acton, and the Imperishable Tradition

As noted earlier this week on the PowerBlog, 2013 marks the 60th publication anniversary of Russell Kirk’s The Conservative Mind: From Burke to Eliot. This monumental work’s significance derives from its encapsulation of several centuries of conservative thought – fragments, to borrow liberally from T.S. Continue Reading...