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Winter 2013 - Digital

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A Conservative Feminism
What Peter Jackson Can Learn from Cathedrals and George Lucas
An Early Gladness
Fresh out of Hell - Part 2: Buzzkills and Boring Friends
The Critical Benefits of Believing in Homer and Santa Claus
Academic and Athletic Fraud at UNC
Editing the Second Amendment Out of Existence
Dear Free Thinker, Think Harder
In Defense of Grades
Local Public Officials' Day
Colorblindness in a Color-Sensitive Culture
Families Ties and Democratic Culture
The most important question you can ask
Richard M. Weaver: Reclaiming Liberal Education
One Does Not Simply Read Fantasy: Living with a Less Than Fantastic Modern Reality
Unhealthy Feminism
“We can’t cut our way to prosperity” – Why not?
Noise: The Peace of Apollo vs. the Anxiety of Dionysius
ISI Students Are Absurd
Religious Liberty, the HHS Mandate, and the Conscience that has Escaped our Attention
U.S. News's Lance Armstrong Moment
Why You Should Make Time for Some Darkness This Advent
What Motivates Socialists?
I Lost My Daughter to the Culture of Death
5 Things They Don't Tell You About Academic Advising
By: K. Boor
Lights, Camera, Human Action
Ferguson Reminds Me of Eight British Soldiers
Problematizing Gun Control
Partying and the Myth of Modern Self-Fulfillment: My Cup Runneth Over
The Great Communicator: The Political Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan (Part 2)
Pope Benedict's Retirement Plan
The Qualities of a Great Leader: Do You Measure Up?
Fresh Out of Hell - Part 1: Where Have All The Bad Guys Gone?
Abortion: Fear of Life as a Pretense of Wisdom
Modern Thinking: No Facts, No Fiction, No Patience
Knowing Things
A Dignified Retreat
5 Not-So-Obvious Reads for the Holidays
Truth vs. Bleeding Heart Liberals
Where Did Americans Get Their Liberties?
French Revolution vs. the American Revolution, Part Two: Rebellion vs. Restoration
Stop the Papal Politicking
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Tradition
Keeping Politics Personal
Man, Family, and Civilization
By: Aristotle
Why Kendrick Lamar Could Be an Emblem of Advent
Coming Out of the Pre-Law Closet
Why You Can Call Me a Misogynist: A Defense of Women
The Activist Lifestyle: Changing the World, or Wanting?
Why You Don't Need to Care About the Sequestration
The Dwight D. Eisenhower D-Day Speech That Never Happened
The Manti Te'o Story: What Happens When Journalists Drop the Ball
Simulacrum and Sequestration
Cigars and (Possibly) Greater Liberties
On Conning Harvard
Freedom or Virtue? Meyer v. Bozell
The Pagan Who Paved the Way to Christianity
Civil Rights Compromised
The USDA and Fiscal Irresponsibility
Religion Should Live a Little: What We Can Learn from Italian Harlem
Emerson’s Poet and Warren’s Historian
Noise: The Remedy (Part II)
From ISI: Merry Christmas
Time to Carpe Some Diem
The Giving Tree: The Gift of the Enduring rather than the Trendy in Education
What Everybody Ought to Know About True Love
Observations on a Sacrilege
Countercultural Conservatism
The Great Communicator: The Political Rhetoric of Ronald Reagan (Part 1)
A Christmas Carol ... Reversed
GOProud and CPAC
“Hobbits on My Hands”: Two Keys to Understanding Tolkien’s Myths
Communism and Charity
How Not to Waste Four Years in School
Is Individualism Inevitable?
Pride and Modern Prejudice: iPhones and the Past
'The Conservative Mind' at 60
A Late Eulogy: Christopher Hitchens
Government spending is a systematic problem, not a lack of leadership
WFB Jr.: Remembering an Icon
I'm Not Obligated to Pick a Side
A Conservative Case for Same-Sex Marriage
Lessons in Liberty from George Washington's Farewell Address
Is Self-Interest a Virtue or a Vice?
Reflections on the Revolution in France
We're All Going to Die Anyway: Picking Your Poison in France and America
By: K. Boor
Love Religious Liberty? Remember: It Goes Both Ways
By: Ben Riggs
Reading Around the Lines
By: K. Boor
Your Argument is Invalid
Dear Free Thinker, Think Harder
The Facebook Disconnect