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‘Paul G. Kengor’

Here’s the Guy Rudy Is Talking About

Here’s the Guy Rudy Is Talking About

  Frank Davis, Communist Party no. 47544 PAUL G. KENGOR, THE CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in the American Spectator, February 22, 2015. Rudy Giuliani is being roundly criticized for several recent statements he has made about President Barack Obama, including the claim that Obama in his [...]

The Five Bailey Brothers of World War II

The Five Bailey Brothers of World War II

PAUL G. KENGOR, THE CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES Every Memorial Day I attend a parade in the little town of Mercer, Pa. It’s pure Americana: flags, kids, the snow-cone stand, marching bands, local clubs and rotaries, and veterans of wars past processing down the street. Every year, one exhibit always strikes me: a car with a placard [...]

Hollywood’s Blacklist and Agents of Stalin—and Hitler

Hollywood’s Blacklist and Agents of Stalin—and Hitler

PAUL G. KENGOR, THE CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES Few subjects have been as addled, muddled, and befuddled as the issue of communist penetration of the American film industry. Thanks to liberals and their control of Hollywood, media, and academia, the typical take is that Hollywood in the 1940s was graced by a bunch of good-hearted [...]

Attacks on Scott Walker Remind of Reagan

Attacks on Scott Walker Remind of Reagan

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES As soon as a conservative Republican emerges as a serious presidential frontrunner, liberals in the media suddenly yank out the microscopes they’ve been keeping away from Barack Obama since 2007. They could care less what Obama did in college, how he got into college, who paid for his college, who [...]

Men Like Stan Evans

Men Like Stan Evans

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES “I need to call Stan,” I told my kids as I dropped them off. It was Sunday, which was always a good day to reach Stan Evans. When he needed me, he usually called on Sunday evenings. And when Stan wanted to talk, he kept calling until he got you. He was conservative all right—so much so that [...]

“It Was a Real Killing Field”—Remembering Iwo Jima

“It Was a Real Killing Field”—Remembering Iwo Jima

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES On February 19, 1945, 20-year-old Bill Young of Mooresville, North Carolina, disembarked an LST on a miserable hunk of black rock called Iwo Jima. He was part of a 75-mile-long convoy of ships preparing to dislodge the Japanese from this volcanic remnant of an island. The territory was formally part [...]

The Somber Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

The Somber Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortion in the historic case of Roe v. Wade. Last weekend, Dr. Paul Kengor was the keynote speaker at the 37th annual People for Life Breakfast in Erie (click here and here for news coverage). During his speech, Kengor quoted from a forgotten but [...]

Wolfboy and Princess Cupcake: The Complementarity of the Sexes

Wolfboy and Princess Cupcake: The Complementarity of the Sexes

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES Ecumenism at its best was recently demonstrated at the Vatican, where dozens of faith leaders worldwide assembled to remind us of the essential complementarity of men and women in life, marriage, and parenthood. It was enough to prompt a high-five between Pope Francis and evangelical pastor James [...]

Congress Makes History by Cutting Spending

Congress Makes History by Cutting Spending

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES I recently attended a political event where a Republican congressman was making a re-election pitch. It was the usual stump speech. But one thing he said especially struck me. “This Congress has cut spending—yes, actually cut spending—each of the last two years,” he asserted. “And how rare [...]

A President Who Doesn’t Seek Advice?

A President Who Doesn’t Seek Advice?

PAUL G. KENGOR, CENTER FOR VISION AND VALUES The Government Accountability Institute reports that President Obama continues to skip the majority of his Presidential Daily Briefings. This is a stunning fact, first reported two years ago and now updated and reconfirmed. Worse, it was also just reported that Obama likewise doesn’t consult his [...]

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