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Note: The following post is from our guest contributor Derek Anderson, headmaster of Ridgeview Classical in Fort Collins, Colorado. In addition to leading the school, Mr. Anderson studies moral and political philosophy alongside of intellectual history. He is a proponent of the liberal arts curriculum, having taught students history, philosophy, literature and rhetoric.   As a teacher and later as a headmaster, I have frequently lamented how schooling in America so often...

One of the many fringe benefits of friendship is the sharing of probing thoughts and the artful expression of ideas.  Just this morning, a good friend texted me today’s article by David Brooks (New York Times), which provided me with some real hope, based on specific developments in the world of punditry and public discourse. According...

One of the many fringe benefits of friendship is the sharing of probing thoughts and the artful expression of ideas.  Just this morning, a good friend texted me today’s article by David Brooks (New York Times), which provided me with some real hope, based on specific developments in the world of punditry and public discourse. According...