The View From 1776

§ American Traditions

§ People and Ideas

§ Decline of Western Civilization: a Snapshot

§ Books to Read

§ BUY MY BOOK

Liberal_Jihad_Cover.jpg Forward USA

Sunday, December 31, 2006

John Kerry: Latest Perspective on Iraq

The ever-changing (aka flip-flopping) Senator Kerry gives us his latest straight scoop on Iraq.
Thomas E. Brewton

Saturday, December 30, 2006

Another Reader Examines the Iraq War

Wayne Lusvardi looks at our invasion of Iraq from a perspective often touched upon in THE VIEW FROM 1776: reasons for military and diplomatic actions sometimes cannot be disclosed fully to the public, even though failure to disclose them may allow political opponents to distort the policies involved.

An Inspiring Story for New Year’s Resolve

No matter what liberal-progressive-socialists teach you in school today, what counts is still, and always, the individual human soul striving against the odds.  To put a little steel in your backbone read this account of one man’s unremitting struggle.

A Reader’s Review of American Foreign Policy

A reader sees American foreign policy since World War II as a series of failures in judgment, concluding with Afghanistan and Iraq.  The focal point of our policy today, he believes, should be supporting Israeli actions to defeat Hezbollah in Lebanon and then turning all our forces upon Osama Bin Ladin.

Hispanic Bill Cosby

A prominent New York City Hispanic leader tells it like it is.

Posted by Thomas E. Brewton on 12/30 at 12:30 AM
Education • (2) Comments
Print this ArticleEmail A FriendPermalink

Friday, December 29, 2006

Robber Baron for President?

John Edwards, a multi-millionaire, tort-bar lawyer, hopes to inflame our cultural divisions by reviving socialism’s economic-class-warfare.
Thomas E. Brewton

Thursday, December 28, 2006

The Counterproductive Welfare State

A new book gives LA-area specifics about the phenomenon frequently cited by economist Thomas Sowell, who notes the politically-correct policies in San Francisco and surrounding communities that back-fire, driving rents and home prices into the stratosphere.  Low income people are forced into slums or completely out of town, preserving the area as a feel-good enclave for wealthy liberal-progressives.

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Constitutional Federalism vs Totalitarianism

As noted frequently in past postings, the unavoidable tendency of socialism is concentration of political power in the hands of a ruling elite who decide for the masses what their living and working conditions are to be.  This is called state-planning.

Iraq Policy and Public Opinion

With mounting stridency, news media demand to know why President Bush fails to bow to public opinion expressed in the recent Congressional elections and pull our troops out of Iraq.

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

New Website Features

All postings now have two new function links at the bottom of each article.  One is for producing a printable page; the other for emailing the article to a friend.

I’ve been searching unsuccessfully a long time for ready-made plug-ins.  Happily I found a terrific software group who have produced these new features and straightened out another formatting problem.

LS Media in Wilton, Connecticut (1-866-351-4678) are very professional, easy to work with, and fast.  I recommend them highly.

Posted by Thomas E. Brewton on 12/26 at 06:07 PM
(4) Comments
Print this ArticleEmail A FriendPermalink