Tag: War

Is Global ‘Democracy’ America’s Mission? – American Action News: Pat Buchanan

By Patrick J. Buchanan Is Global ‘Democracy’ America’s Mission? – American Action News — Read on americanactionnews.com/opinion/2022/04/07/is-global-democracy-americas-mission-rs-sc/

Putin’s Invasion of Ukraine Belatedly Unites West: Larry Elder

By Larry Elder in The Daily Signal U.S. media underestimated Ukraine’s resolve against the Russian invasion, which has caused Europe to rethink its dependence on Russian energy. — Read on http://www.dailysignal.com/2022/03/04/putins-invasion-of-ukraine-belatedly-unites-west/

Robert E. Lee Reconsidered ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Craig Montesano Clearly, Robert E. Lee’s reputation has plummeted from the lofty height it once occupied. It is time to clear a path through the rubble of toppled statues and discarded plaques to examine the qualities of the authentic Lee, as well as the… Continue Reading “Robert E. Lee Reconsidered ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Robert E. Lee the Philosopher – The Imaginative Conservative

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?… Continue Reading “Robert E. Lee the Philosopher – The Imaginative Conservative”

The Battle of Jumonville Glen: The French & Indian War Begins ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Craig Bruce Smith While the Battle of Jumonville Glen may not be considered the start of the war from the British perspective, it resulted in an expanded colonial conflict engulfing the world in violence, which then began the rift between Britain and their… Continue Reading “The Battle of Jumonville Glen: The French & Indian War Begins ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Requiem for a Soldier: Louis Awerbuck – The Imaginative Conservative

Louis Awerbuck believed that societies fell to folly when they drew distinct lines between their warriors and scholars. What this ultimately led to was a society’s thinking being done by cowards and its fighting done by fools. Awerbuck saw himself as the keeper of… Continue Reading “Requiem for a Soldier: Louis Awerbuck – The Imaginative Conservative”

The 1783 Treaty of Paris ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By American Delegates His Brittanic Majesty acknowledges the said United States to be free sovereign and independent states, that he treats with them as such, and for himself, his heirs, and successors, relinquishes all claims to the government, propriety, and territorial rights of the… Continue Reading “The 1783 Treaty of Paris ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

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