Author archives: Vladimir Davidiuk

The Right Furthers The Left's Cause

What happens when you push a group of people so far for so long? What happens when you mock and marginalize their values for decades? What happens when you threaten their livelihoods and the success of their families? What happens when their voices go unheard, unacknowledged and unwanted? For decades now, the racially-motivated, culturally intolerant, religiously bigoted, economically destructive Left has increasingly divided Americans, exacerbating ruptures, exposing fault lines on […]

A Modest Proposal for Religious Conservatives

Conservatives – especially those of you whose religious beliefs form the basis of your views – must know by now that your time is almost up. While you’ve dominated society for a long time, your dominance has been eroded and undermined over time, from within and without. You are no longer the juggernaut you once were. You once were free to think and act as you chose, imposing your antiquated, […]

Movie Review: Dinesh D’Souza's "America"

What defines our nation and makes America great? Do the people who helped shape American history deserve to be considered heroes, or monsters? These are the questions that have come to define our culture, our view of ourselves as a people and as a nation, and our response to the world. Dinesh D’Souza, the creator of 2016: Obama’s America, and Gerald Molen, the Academy-award winning producer of Schindler’s List, present an invitation to history […]

The Significance of Juneteenth

Emancipation was only the beginning. Via Wikipedia: “Though Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on September 22, 1862, with an effective date of January 1, 1863, it had minimal immediate effect on most slaves’ day-to-day lives, particularly in the Confederate States of America. Texas, as a part of the Confederacy, was resistant to the Emancipation Proclamation.Juneteenth commemorates June 18 and 19, 1865. June 18 is the day Union GeneralGordon Granger and 2,000 federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, […]

Obama's Nosedive

At one time, Americans held their president in the highest esteem. They trusted him to be an honest, strong, understanding leader who shared their values and could manage the complexities of governance. Now, not so much. Gallup released their latest polling information on the perception Americans have of President Obama and the findings are striking, but ultimately unsurprising. Obama came to office riding high on a wave of disaffection following eight […]

Hillary's Just Not Ready

The fact that Hillary Clinton is supremely unqualified for the office of President of the United States is glaringly obvious, and becomes more so by the day. Even the pundits and politicos at MSNBC fail to offer anything of substance other than the fact that she traveled – a lot. Hillary Clinton has risen to power entirely on the coattails of men who have cleared the way for her ascendancy. […]

America Must Stand With Israel

 “Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” Dietrich Bonhoeffer In December of 2013, the American Studies Association, an organization ostensibly devoted to the interdisciplinary study of American culture and history, resolved to call for an unjustified, immoral and hateful boycott of Israeli academic institutions and also resolved to support the racially motivated and bigoted […]


Thrown Away

To put the awfulness of abortion into perspective, watch this stunning video from Life Dynamics and ProLife America on the sheer enormity and tragic magnitude of the ongoing crisis of abortion in America.

Eliminate the Minimum Wage

It was unsurprising but disappointing to encounter an article entitled “Raising Minimum Wage: An Issue of Maximum Importance” in the March 6, 2014 edition of the University of St. Thomas student newspaper, The Summa. Given the target audience, one could hazard a guess that few university students could find fault with the author’s trite and threadbare conclusions, especially such gems as “the proposed bill is certainly popular,” and “we have an alarmingly low minimum wage,” and […]

100 Million Victims

In the March 6, 2014 edition of the University of St. Thomas student newspaper, The Summa, a rather troubling and disturbing article entitled, “The Undeservedly Controversial Word: Socialism” was published. At first glance, I hoped that the article was in fact a parody, or perhaps an early April Fool’s joke. Surely no one could possibly take the misguided, backwards, and misanthropic notion of socialism seriously enough to label it as “undeservedly controversial”? But to […]