Southern inhospitality: HIV in Dixie

February 12, 2015 The HIV/AIDS crisis has never failed to evoke strong emotions on either end of the political spectrum. Many on the right see the …

Sunday shower

February 11, 2015 Jeanni Brosius “Where We Live” Sunday I watched as my niece struggled to get in and out of her chair.

A modest proposal for open carry

February 11, 2015 Jason Stanford There are those who dare to suggest that Texas unduly restricts firearms. They object at having to take …

Islam and the Crusades

February 11, 2015 Danny Gardner “Special to the Guard” On Fox News Sunday, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (retired), former Director of Defense Intelligence …

Hernando de Soto, Part I

February 11, 2015 Dr. Ken Bridges “History Minute” Editor’s note: This is the first of two parts about the explorer Hernando de Soto.

Thinking conservatively on school choice

February 10, 2015 History has proven that few things are able to unite the social and fiscal wings of American conservatism. There are a handful of exceptions …

Vaccines, science and the limits of freedom

February 10, 2015 Alarm over the current measles outbreak that began mid-December in Disneyland, California has renewed debate about laws in mandating that students be vaccinated …

Affluence apartheid in America

February 9, 2015 Will Durst “Raging Moderate” And now for a few choice words concerning my recent demotion to the status of second-class …