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April 17, 2015
Allan Brownfeld looks at the choreographed launch of Hillary's presidential campaign in What Hillary Clinton's Attempt To Re-create Herself Tells Us About American Politics

April 6, 2015
An Easter Meditation:
Resurrection Apparitions of Christ

April 2, 2015
Allan Brownfeld considers the push for war in Iran by American neo-conservatives in War in Iran Could Repeat Folly of Iraq War


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March 26, 2015
Charles Mills examines the deeper meaning of “give us this day our daily bread” in Our Daily Bread

March 20, 2015
Joe Sobran examines the charge of bigotry against Judge Sam Alito in The Heyday of Kennedyism

March 13, 2015
Christopher Manion discusses George . Bush’s war, and scandals in the Church in A Time for Truth

March 5, 2015
The Urban Conservative reviews Judge James Buckley’s new book, “How to Save Congress from Itself”

March 3, 2015
John McManus examines the lives of Charles Rice and Theodore Hesburgh in Two Polar Opposites from Notre Dame


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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. 
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What Hillary Clinton's Attempt To Re-create Herself
Tells Us About American Politics

by Allan C. Brownfeld
April 17
, 2015

ALEXANDRIA, VA — Hillary  Clinton, in announcing her presidential candidacy, is now engaged in an effort to re-create herself.  The unusual commercial she used to introduce her campaign has received critical reviews, from liberals and conservatives, Republicans and Democrats.
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An Easter Meditation: Resurrection Apparitions of Christ
by John F. McManus
April 6
, 2015

APPLETON, WI — On the first Easter Sunday, the day when Jesus Christ rose from the dead, He made Himself known on six occasions. The great Benedictine Abbot Dom Gueranger refers to the six incidents as “apparitions” and he supplies extremely valuable commentaries in his voluminous work entitled The Liturgical Year.
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War in Iran Could Repeat Folly of Iraq War
by Allan C. Brownfeld
April 2
, 2015

ALEXANDRIA, VA — Neo-conservatives who successfully pushed the nation to war with Iraq, a country that never attacked us and never possessed the Bush Administration’s “weapons of mass destruction,” are now promoting war with Iran, a country more than three times the size of Iraq.
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Our Daily Bread
by Charles G. Mills
March 26
, 2015

GLEN COVE, NY — In the traditional English version of the Lord’s Prayer, we pray, “Give us this day our daily bread.” But this phrase has a deeper meaning than the translation conveys.
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The Heyday of Kennedyism
by Joe Sobran
March 26
, 2015

[Classic: 1/12/2006] — I’m not sure if I ever actually met Sam Alito at Princeton. It’s hard to recognize a guy when the last time you saw him he was wearing a sheet.
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A Time for Truth
by Christopher Manion
March 13
, 2015

FRONT ROYAL, VA — If there is one common theme in the religious, cultural, and political collapse which we see all around us, it is cowardice.
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Senator Jim Buckley’s Book Pinpoints How to Save Congress from Itself: A book review
by Herbert W. Stupp
March 5
, 2015

NEW YORK, NY — “TThere is no line in the budget… for waste, fraud, and abuse…” that we can easily vote to eliminate. At a committee hearing in June 1981, former U.S. Senator Pete Domenici (R-NM), may have been the first to publicly enunciate this truism. But New York’s former U.S. Senator, James L. Buckley (C-R-NY), brings us real solutions for reining in waste, excessive federal spending, and a national debt now exceeding $18 trillion…

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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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Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation is devoted to preserving 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, polgamy, abortion, immigration, religion, history, war. Columnists also discuss current events and societal forces such as neoconservatives, and paleoconservatives such as Patrick Buchanan. FGF sponsors lectures and seminars to educate on issues important to a free society.

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