Category Archives: The Fight for Traditional America

Social Justice – A Christian Perspective

This is the 1st commentary in a series examining the concept of social justice. Although much of this argument could accurately be described as Judeo-Christian, I am writing from the perspective of my understanding of the tradition of the Church … Continue reading

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A Strong Economy is a Moral Imperative

James Carville had it right during Bill Clinton’s first presidential campaign – “It’s the economy stupid.” A strong economy creates wealth and reduces poverty. A strong economy provides job opportunities so people can feed, clothe, and house themselves and their … Continue reading

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Free Enterprise: The Cure for Poverty

People of good will would agree that there is much poverty and sickness in this world, and that as individuals and as societies of individuals, we should support and promote social and economic policies to lessen this condition. For most … Continue reading

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American Exceptionalism

When asked about American exceptionalism at the 2009 NATO Summit in Strasbourg, France, President Obama responded, “I believe in American exceptionalism, just as I suspect that the Brits believe in British exceptionalism and the Greeks believe in Greek exceptionalism.”

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The Coffee Lady Turns 100

Recently the Greek Orthodox community of York celebrated the 100th birthday of one its matriarchs, Vasiliki Livaditis. The greater York community would recognize her as the diminutive, grandmotherly lady who worked tirelessly making the Greek coffee next to the honey … Continue reading

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