Our mission is to research and study,
and inform and educate leaders and the public regarding the need to
preserve the underpinnings of Western Civilization, including, but
not limited to science, religion, education, art, music, literature,
journalism, poetry, the English language, the Latin language, and law. Read More
Is This a Woman with a Plan? by Robert Hale
April 28, 2016
MINOT, ND -- “If Mr. Trump gets his way, it will be like Christmas in the Kremlin. It will make America less safe and the world more dangerous,” stated presidential candidate Hillary Clinton hours after 34 people were killed in an ISIS attack in Brussels on March 22, 2016. Read More
Happy Birthday, “Shakespeare”! by Joe Sobran
April 19, 2016
[Classic: 4/13/2000] -- April 12 marked the 450th birthday of the writer we know as “William Shakespeare.” Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was born on April 12, 1550. Read More
Failing to Understand Islam Could be the West's Final Failure by Robert Hale
April 14, 2016
MINOT, ND -- It seems that America's political class, particularly those holding secular views of the world, are incapable of understanding Islam. Even when Islam acknowledges what it is and what its aims are, our leaders simply do not understand, let alone believe, what they are being told. Read More
“SCOTUS”: An Acronym Likely To Go Down in Infamy by Robert Hale
April 7, 2016
MINOT, ND — The Supreme Court of the United States is often referred to as SCOTUS. SCOTUS seems determined to make itself the institution that single-handedly destroys what has been the greatest nation on earth.
The American judicial system was once regarded as the model of fairness and justice by the world. This is no longer the case. The institution may already have sullied itself beyond repair. If SCOTUS is to be saved, it must rise above the mindless arrogance it dishes out as American justice and critical legal thought. Read More
Unsophisticated Poor Clare Nun Founded International Network on Faith: Mother Angelica, R.I.P. by Charles G. Mills
March 30, 2016
Mother Mary Angelica of the Annunciation, PCPA
GLEN COVE, NY — Mother Mary Angelica of the Annunciation, PCPA, (born Rita Antoinette Frances Rizzo in 1923) died on Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016. She was a heroically holy woman, completely cured more than once in extraordinary circumstances through the intercession of Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus, and many beautiful obituaries will certainly be written about her in the next few days. This article, however, focuses on the extraordinary nature of her greatest achievement, the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). Read More
Happy Easter! a classic by Joe Sobran
March 23, 2016
[Classic: 4/5/2007] — It’s nearly Easter, and the atheists, God bless them, are writing bestselling books to prove the good Lord’s nonexistence. Truly, they have their reward. Read More
Brownshirts & Republican Wimps by Patrick J. Buchanan
March 17, 2016
A Chicago policeman is bloodied by MoveOn.org protestors during the rally for Trump that was cancelled because of violence.
CHICAGO, IL – Friday evening's Donald Trump rally in Chicago was broken up by a foul-mouthed mob that infiltrated the hall and forced the cancelation of the event to prevent violence and bloodshed. Read More
FGF Books, the publishing imprint of the Fitzgerald
Griffin Foundation, released Shots Fired: Sam Francis on America’s
Culture War in 2007. A conference to discuss the ideas in Shots
Fired was held in March 2007 and included speakers on immigration,
neoconservatism, and the culture.
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a moral culture and education on Western civilization. Founded by Fran
Griffin, it publishes books under the imprint of FGF Books (first book
was Shots Fired: Sam Francis on America's Culture War); and columns
by conservative writers and scholars such as Sam Francis, Paul Gottfried,
Joe Sobran, on topics dealing with issues impacting the culture such
as: same-sex marriage, polgsmy, abortion, immigration, religion, history,
war. Columnists also discuss current events and societal forces such
as neoconservatives, and paleoconservatives such as Patrick Buchanan.
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