Toward an American Cultural Renaissance

The signs that America is in need of a cultural renaissance (“rebirth”) are all around us. Astonishing rates of illiteracy, out of control political correctness especially in institutions of higher learning, and large percentages of America’s youth favoring socialism in the land founded on the principle of

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Killing Free Speech

America’s Founding Fathers understood the importance of defending free speech as a fundamental principle for the world’s first republic including it as the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Without the right to speak freely and debate ideas publicly, freedom in any society-including America-will die. It happened

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News and Views August 9, 2018

     In order to restore the foundation of individualism in the U.S.,  grassroots America must be able to tell truth from fiction and fact from opinion. However, assessing credibility with the constant bombardment of “fake news” can be a difficult task. Tasha Stacey discusses reasoning  fallacies

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News and Views June 25, 2018

As the saying goes: “The times they are a changing. . .” Unlike previous administrations, the Trump administration is: standing up to America’s allies and our enemies in our foreign policy, making major progress in the area of reducing excessive regulation, especially at the EPA, and making

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News and Views June 6, 2018

As part of ROAR’s mission to “restore the foundation of rights and individualism in the U.S.,” we celebrate the achievements, values, and virtues of individuals. As it happens, this is among the most effective ways to “change the conversation” concerning cultural/political issues of our day. The use of “stories”

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News and Views May 23, 2018

It is my sincere belief that in order to fulfill ROAR ‘s mission of restoring the foundation of rights and individualism in America it is essential to initiate fundamental changes in our educational system. Toward that end, in this ROAR newsletter Tasha Stacey will be continuing her

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News and Views- May 1, 2018

In this issue we continue our emphasis on education with Part 3 of Tasha Stacey’s review of The Art of Reasoning by David Kelley. In addition, we will review the heroic efforts by individual educators in the public schools as chronicled in What School Could Be by Ted Dintersmith. (Many thanks to

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