Robert F. Beaudine

Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language

By Robert F. Beaudine “Every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. For by thy words...

OWS: The Revolutionaries, Their Plan and Liberty’s Last Stand

By Robert F Beaudine The “occupying” protests here in America have been characterized as spontaneous and leaderless. Protesters, politicians, and the mass media have compared...

OWS: The Revolutionaries, Their Plan and Liberty's Last Stand

By Robert F Beaudine The “occupying” protests here in America have been characterized as spontaneous and leaderless. Protesters, politicians, and the mass media have compared...

The Heresy of Constantine

By Robert F. Beaudine Most of the great thinkers of the past agreed on two aspects of truth: Truth was difficult to ascertain and rarely...

The Art of Political Rhetoric

By Robert F. Beaudine The ancient Roman rhetoricians developed rules for their oratory. They began with “the exordium,” an emotional or ethical appeal to put...

Beaudine: On Saul Bellow

Daily Dabble in the Classics, Robert F. Beaudine: On Saul Bellow Fiction that entertains and provokes thought can be a wonderful experience. Nobel Prize...

Beaudine: On Pascal

Daily Dabble in the Classics, Robert F. Beaudine: On Blaise Pascal Pascal would applaud our home-schoolers. After all, he was home-schooled by his father. From...

Beaudine on Albert Schweitzer

Daily Dabble in the Classics, Robert F. Beaudine, On Albert Schweitzer I am a fan of few things popular, even popular sayings. “Those who...

Beaudine on Plato

Daily Dabble in the Classics, Robert F. Beaudine, Plato Plato has been revered by the progressives, especially his “The Republic,” and he has been...

The Myth of Global Warming

A primer on the myth of global warming and the international forces behind it. By Robert F. Beaudine In 1908, an amateur archaeologist ...

AFRICOM: The Doom of Journalism

By Robert F. Beaudine Our founders understood that a free press was vital for the nation to preserve its other freedoms. In the...

Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language

Robert Beaudine takes us on an exhilarating tour of the history of verbal engineering and its dialectic dance from liberty to tyranny, and paves the road back.

The Doom of Modern Art

The Russian mystic and painter, Oleg Korolev, wrote, “We must remember that through this, the Modernist’s slaughter-house destroyed generations of artists!”