November 24, 2020

Turkey and stuffing. Detroit Lions Football. Turkey Trots. Parades and the arrival of Santa. Followed by frenzied shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Maybe a bit of charity on Giving Tuesday. The ultimate American holiday. What more could you need?

Gratitude. Ble...

November 11, 2020

      Today we honor those brave men and women who throughout the ages have defended our liberty in the armed services.  Originally today was called “Armistice Day” - in commemoration of the end of hostilities during The Great War (i.e., World War I).  In 1918, at 11:0...

September 10, 2020

Over a decade ago, my then 10 year old daughter Leah pounded on a table and demanded a new celebration for America - and Patriot Week was born. She did so because the traditional civic calendar had been hallowed out by empty excuses for three-day weekends, barbecues, a...

August 19, 2020

          Before outbreak of the American Revolution, colonies were deeply embedded in the patriarchal traditions and customs of the entire world. All cultures and civilizations had placed women in a subordinate position in the political and social realm. However, the...

July 24, 2020

As I write this the flag outside my window is snapping briskly in the wind.

It's a sight that always thrills me, and one that is ubiquitous in America. Go to almost any neighborhood and the Stars and Stripes is hanging proudly from offices, stores and, most importantly,...

Proud to be an American? A recent Gallup poll reveals that such pride has dropped precipitously this year. Conducted from May 28-June 4, 2020, the poll reveals the lowest pride in America since the poll began in 2001. 42% are extremely proud, 21% are very proud, 15% ar...

June 14, 2020

As the tumult of the trifecta of COVID-19, protests/riots, and economic distress grip our country, we are, of all things, supposed to celebrate the flag on June 14. Once an innocuous display of patriotism, you can no doubt envision the histrionic divides that celebrati...

With much of the nation shutdown due to COVID-19, one might not even remember that May 25, 2020 is a Monday - or, more importantly, Memorial Day. The customary Memorial Day festivities of barbecues, beer, wearing white, traveling, and shopping will be truncated, if not...

April 30, 2020

Federalism is a cornerstone of our Constitutional republic and our freedom.  It is also on life-support.  For generations, it has been shunted to the side by “respectable” academia, educators, judges, media, and intelligentsia as a quaint vestige of the founding era....

April 19, 2020

April is known for showers and taxes.  But perhaps the most pivotal day in modern history occurred on April 19, 1775 – the day of the Shot Heard ‘Round the World.  Yes, it was more than a full year before America declared independence, but the world truly changed on Ap...

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