My thoughts on Ray Bradbury over at The American Conservative. Bradbury’s talents also interested the governmental agency set up to destroy the U.S. Constitution in the name of protecting it, the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Demonstrating a level… Read More
Yes, how cool is this? My beautiful and brainy wife hanging out with the Uber-awesome Tom Woods. Very, very cool, indeed. Topic: Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Librarians without Chests: Dedra McDonald Birzer on Laura Ingalls Wilder and Her Small-Minded Opponents
So, my first wife–now of 19 years and 364 days–is brilliant. Here’s her response to the idiocy of the bibliobureaucrats who are trying to ruin Laura Ingalls Wilder’s reputation. Librarians without Chests! The ALSC’s renaming of the… Read More
I just found out recently that my quirky (and, I hope, lively and thoughtful) biography of Andrew Jackson comes out on September 10, 2018, just four days after I turn 51. How great is that? And, yes, Andrew… Read More
This evening, at The American Conservative–founding a REPUBLIC not a democracy. Even the most pro-interventionist of the American founders, Alexander Hamilton, could never have imagined or desired the kind of federal government we have now. When he wrote… Read More
Hey, you’re already a friend of Stormfields, so please–BY ALL MEANS–take advantage of said friendship. “Friend of Brad” print subscription to THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE—$20/year. Save $39.95! Pretty amazing savings–especially for a beautiful magazine mailed to… Read More
I found out late yesterday afternoon that the University Press of Kentucky will be publishing RUSSELL KIRK: AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE in paperback for their spring 2018 list. How great is this??? I’m thrilled. I’m not sure how many changes… Read More