Nearly every American knows the phrase “separation of church and state.” Do you know where it’s from? Here’s a hint: it’s not in the Constitution. John Eastman, professor of law at Chapman University, explains how and why this famous phrase has played such an outsized role in American life and law.
On Memorial Day, we remember all the members of our armed services who paid the ultimate price in service to this great country. Our eternal gratitude. … [Continue reading] about Memorial Day: 2020
Beneath A Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan From Amazon: Pino Lella wants nothing to do with the war or the Nazis. He’s a normal Italian teenager—obsessed with music, food, and girls—but his days of innocence are numbered. When his family home in … [Continue reading] about Books On My Night Table
In the middle of this ongoing crisis - the question of who to trust, how to find truth, censorship and free speech are coming centre stage. … [Continue reading] about Douglas Murray: Trust, Truth & Media in the Pandemic