Monday Jul 7
Another 1776: Would An Armed Revolt Work Today?
Last week I attempted to ignite a debate about the State of America now compared to 238 years ago, when we abolished the authority of the British government over our affairs.
Equestrians jump into tons of horse shows and clinics to close June
Breed shows, fun shows, open shows, speed shows, and other equestrian competitions fill the final weekend of June across the Midwest.
Standard Process Inc. Donates $5,000 to the Humane Society of Jefferson County
Standard Process Inc. recently made a $5,000 donation to the Humane Society of Jefferson County's capital fundraising campaign to build a new larger shelter to house and care for more animals and expand its outreach programs into the county.
John McClaughry on the Death of the Jeffersonian Spirit
Is America's Jeffersonian decentralist tradition alive, comatose, or irretrievably dead? With Politics on a Human Scale , the Dordt College political scientist Jeff Taylor offers a well-informed, near-encyclopedic examination of when and how America's once-dominant political tradition receded.
New operator focuses on country store's old ways
The Cooksville Country Store's wooden floor is a mishmash of oak, maple, cherry and who knows what other woods.