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Europe’s ‘unprecedented manmade floods’

BY PAUL DRIESSEN ~Separating myth from reality about extreme weather events today and over the centuries~ Deadly floods in Germany and Belgium have put climate change...

Guaranty of Republican Government – Mode of Making Amendments — Joseph Story

Founders Corner Library Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, by Joseph Story, 1833 Volume 3, Chapter 41,  GUARANTY OF REPUBLICAN GOVERNMENT - MODE OF...

The Treatment of the Aged

GREAT IDEAS FROM THE GREAT BOOKS by Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. Dear Dr. Adler, The problem of the aged citizens of our society is of urgent concern....

The American Medical Association’s Birth-Gender Folly

BY BOB BARR One-hundred-and-seventy-four years ago a not-for-profit professional organization was formed “to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public...

ACLJ Sues Virginia County for Unlawful Discrimination Against a Church

Requiring it to get a liquor license in order to use its own property for worship and ministry JORDAN SEKULOW, ACLJ In the United States, believers...

On Climate Policy, the D.C. Circuit Rendered the 117th Congress Irrelevant (Unless the Supreme...

WILLIAM YEATMAN, CATO INSTITUTE Congressional Democrats have included a “clean electricity standard“—basically, a green energy production quota—as part of a proposed multi‐​trillion dollar spending package for “infrastructure.“ Under a clean...

An Infrastructure Bill We Don’t Need

RANDAL O'TOOLE, CATO INSTITUTE The Senate reportedly passed an infrastructure bill last week, but it was really only a four‐​page outline of the bill. Supporters hope that the...

The Formation of Habits

by Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. Dear Dr. Adler, We hear so much about the power of habit in human life. William James says it is "the...