Silver Linings

Since covid started, and now with critical race theory being pushed in the schools, homeschooling is really taking off with many Americans. Before covid, between 3% and 4% of American children were homeschooled. By the end of 2020, that percentage had more than doubled, to almost 10%, and around 80% of parents who tried homeschooling … Continue reading Silver Linings


For over a decade India and China have been touted as the next superpowers. The notion of India as a “rising global power” received broader acknowledgment when then-President Barack Obama, on a visit to India in 2010, said that “India is not just a rising power; India has already risen.” Was this just a rhetorical … Continue reading THE PROMISE OF INDIA

In Hoc Signo Vinces: Reasserting “Western Civ” One Campus at a Time

Howdy, ST and friends! For the past week or so, this proud aunt has had the bittersweet experience of watching kiddos from kindergarten to senior collegian take on the adventure of the parochial/public school patchwork that we refer to naively as a “system”. I was reminded recently of an online conversation some while ago that  … Continue reading In Hoc Signo Vinces: Reasserting “Western Civ” One Campus at a Time