Blogs

  • Noah: One of the Most Moral Stories Ever Told

    Next week, the film “Noah” opens. Having taught the Torah (the Five Books of Moses) from the Hebrew for more than 40 years (hundreds of hours are available by download through my website), I consider the biblical flood story one of the world's most profound moral teachings. As I will…

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  • The Obama Legacy: Decreasing Freedom

    by Brian Fahy & Garrett Fahy By dint of legislative debacles at home and listless incoherence abroad, the Obama administration has decreased human freedom in every sphere it has entered. Five years into his presidency, Barack Obama presides over the most pronounced declination of individual freedom at home and abroad…

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  • Chuck Blahous – Rebecca Costa

    Charles Paul “Chuck” Blahous III is a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, specializing in domestic economic policy, a U.S. public trustee for the Social Security and Medicare programs, and a former (2001-2007) Special Assistant to U.S. President George W. Bush for Economic Policy within the National Economic Council.…

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  • The Weekend Reading

    Three books publish on March 25, each one of which deserves a serious read. I am off the week of March 25, so I will have to find and talk with the authors next week or wait until April. Asia's Cauldron by Robert Kaplan American Spartan by Ann Scott Tyson…

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