PowerLinks 09.27.13

September 27, 2013 • by Joe Carter

PowerLinks 09.27.13

The Duties of a Free Citizen Kevin Gutzman, Intercollegiate Review I here make a radical proposal:  conservatives must speak of religion more often.  When it comes to art broadly considered—encompassing music, architecture, painting, and sculpture—the only way back is upward. Continue Reading...

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