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Author: Tom Stark

The Guttenberg Campaign: Effective, or Emotional Attack on 2nd Amendment?

Let me preface this essay with the admission that I have no way to comprehend the anguish and pain that anyone experiences from the loss of a child to a violent event such as a school shooting. I...

Prager University: Who Needs Feminism?

Andrew Klavan provides serious clarity regarding the difference between the reality of the male-female relationship within Western Civilization and how that reality has been distorted by the...

The Alien Caravan: Trump May be Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place!

As I write this, the caravan of alien travelers attempting to walk from Honduras to the southern border of the United States has swelled to around 4500 and continues to grow as it moves into...

Not #FakeNews: Outright Fabrication

A recent article from Western Journalism (here) reports the severe beating of an elderly Orthodox Jewish man, Lipa Schwartz, 62, in Brooklyn, New York, in the middle of an intersection. The...

Sharia and the United States: Why the Two Will Never Be Compatible

Newt Gingrich set off the leftist alarm bells Thursday when he suggested all believers in “Sharia Law” should be deported from the United States. An article in reliably left-leaning The Atlantic...

How Do Boys Learn to Be Good Men?

Let me first state for the record that I was raised in the 1950s by a single mother. At a time in our history when couples were far less likely to divorce, my mother decided that it was better to...

Prager University: What is Net Neutrality?

There have been volumes written about the need for or the fear of “Net Neutrality.” Why? Well, that depends on who you ask. From the viewpoint of those who currently control the traffic on the...

Prager University: Who is Karl Marx?

Over the past 100 years or so, many have argued that Karl Marx was a genius philosopher who was eons ahead of his time. Interestingly, Marx live nearly his entire life within England and never...

Can Technology Resolve Concerns about Classroom Evaluations?

EdWeek’s newsletter carried an article last week that set off the bells and whistles within me because the subject was one that I have contemplated for several years. During that time I have had...

Prager University: Craziness On the Streets of Santa Barbara

Not sure if this short, two-minute, “man on the street” video will make you laugh or cry. I guess it depends on your viewpoint. Plastic straws are now illegal in California and people there seem...

Prager University: Left or Liberal?

Years ago, Franklin ano Roosevelt was considered a leading liberal of our country. But he was strongly nationalistic and believed in the best of American values. Some might argue that many of his...

Do Title IX Rules Level the Playing Field? Not Yet!

Let me preface these remarks by saying that sexual harassment, assault, or any other offense of that type is abhorrent to any right-thinking individual and nothing here should be construed as...

Prager University: What is Hezbollah?

Since the overthrow of the Shah of Iran in 1979, the so-called “Islamic Revolution” has worked diligently to expand its tentacles beyond the boundaries of Iran through a proxy group known as...

The New Yorker Joins the Leftist ‘Warlock Hunt’ Searching Kavanaugh’s Past

Hugh Hewitt’s Show Monday morning was full of discussion about the latest in the saga of Democrat hysteria and their inability to find a credible accuser to kill the Kavanaugh nomination to the...

Democrat “Transparency” Is Twisted

Wednesday morning a recording of an interview between Judge Kavanaugh’s accuser’s attorney and Anderson Cooper made what many suspected totally transparent to anyone who has followed the approach...

What Really Needs to Be Done About Gun Violence

Jack Davis provided an article (here) that truly was heartbreaking. A couple, Gary and Jackie Skelton, who moved to the very small town of Leggett, NC, to “enjoy a quiet life” according to their...

Capitulation (and/or Political Correctness) is Not the Answer to Racism

This essay is not to be politically correct. I preface this clear and unequivocal statement because I have experienced interactions with a variety of people from diverse ethnic backgrounds and...

State Schools vs. Federal Money

Politico’s Morning Education newsletter carried an interesting entry this morning. It seems that many on the left are up in arms about the position taken by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos...