Articles by Mary Grabar

Supreme Court Justices Save Children from Educationists—Finally

When I went to see my childhood home in Rochester, New York, last Thanksgiving, I knew that the house would be smaller than I remembered. It is, indeed, tiny. As I drove the route I walked every day from... Read More

Supreme Court Justices Save Children from Educationists—Finally

When I went to see my childhood home in Rochester, New York, last Thanksgiving, I knew that the house would be smaller than I remembered. It is, indeed, tiny. As I drove the route I walked every day from... Read More

The Cultural Illiteracy of the Easy Atheists

Best-selling atheist authors are capitalizing on a wave of ignorance and stupidity. The latest offering, God Is Not Great, comes from a bon vivant with a British accent. To be sure, Christian fundamentalists and literalists have given Christopher Hitchens much... Read More

Anti-American Graffiti

In the summer of 1969, two years after the "Summer of Love" and one year after the massive student protests, particularly in France, I was a 12-year-old with my parents visiting Slovenia for the first time since we had emigrated,... Read More

Zell and the Converts

Long before the twin towers were brought down by diabolical promoters of an ideology in 2001, another tower, representative of the great accomplishments in Western culture, had crumbled after an attack from within. Some of the hijackers aiming the... Read More

Are Terrorists Courageous?

I did not realize that my long-standing disagreement with Bill Maher - over whether or not the 9/11 terrorists displayed courage -- was due to "groupthink," or the "current outbreak of droidlike conformity." But according to Barbara Ehrenreich, in... Read More

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