By Daniel Ross Goodman
The quest to write the Great American Novel has long been the American literary equivalent of the quest for the Holy Grail.
Among the perennial roster of contenders for this legendary status, there is a strong case to be made for “Moby-Dick.”
With the generosity of a patient teacher, Geoffrey Stanborn makes that case in “The Value of Herman Melville”…
By Virginia Allen
Blacks who don’t adopt the doctrines of victimhood or critical social justice erode the narrative promoted by woke activists, Erec Smith, a professor of rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania and co-founder of Free Black Thought, says.
By Richard M. Weaver
Robert E. Lee once uttered one of history’s most searching observations: “It is well that war is so terrible, or we should grow too fond of it.” What is the meaning of this statement, which is richer than a Delphic saying?
By Ryan Bomberger, Exclusive Columnist
Our shocking slide into the surreal world of leftist leadership has led to this: American parents are now the enemy. Big Education and a weaponized Department of Justice are going after the very people who should have the most say in public education.
By Anugrah Kumar
A Franciscan nun from Colombia, who was kidnapped in southern Mali in 2017 by extremists affiliated with al-Qaeda, has been freed and met with Pope Francis.
By Anugrah Kumar
A former African slave said that Black Lives Matter and critical race theory advocates do not understand what is happening in Africa, where more than 9.2 million people “are still in captivity in slavery.”
“I believe Black Lives Matter does not understand what is going on in Africa. They don’t know what is going on around the world,” Bol Gai Deng, a former slave and South Sudanese presidential candidate, said during an interview with CBN News.