Part I Some years ago, at a weekend meeting of The Rockford Institute’s executives, Richard Neuhaus chattered endlessly about what he called “Public Philosophy” and recommended that the Institute draw up a public philosophy of its own. He had borrowed the phrase from Walter Lippmann, a columnist who had spent a long career trivializing important questions. After the meeting, John Howard asked me if I would have a crack at drawing up the TRI Public Philosophy. This is exactly the sort of thing I hate, but I accepted the task, albeit grudgingly, and explained to John that the most successful...
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A Thousand Years of Jihad – Now Available
A Thousand Years of Jihad depicts Islam’s relentless attacks on Europe, from the conquest of Sicily and Spain, Greece and the Balkans, to endless attacks on Hungary and Italy. This rarely heard story, retold by Frank Brownlow and Thomas Fleming, is available from the TFF Store.