Book Review: “James Madison: A Life Reconsidered,” by Lynne Cheney

Reviewed By Scott K. Sholl Lynne Cheney’s newest book provides the best single volume biography on James Madison since Ralph Ketcham’s landmark study in 1971. Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and former Second Lady of the United States,…

Commentary: How the SEC and the South Rose As Racial Barriers Fell

By Robert Sanchez Years ago readers might assume that a headline such as “SEC Probes Cheating” meant that the Securities and Exchange Commission was investigating Wall Street chicanery. Not anymore. “SEC” is now synonymous with the mighty Southeastern Conference, home…

The Florida Days of Baseball Legend Ted Williams

By Brenton Morando If you were in search of a true American Hero, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who lives up to that title more than the late Ted Williams. Born in 1918, his incredible legacy is often…