Hezekiah Kantor

About Hezekiah Kantor

Hezekiah Kantor is a pseudonym for an American high school teacher and coach with a B.A. from an Ivy League University and an M.A. in teaching from a Jesuit college on the West Coast. A teacher of the year in his first school district, he holds a National Board Certificate for Adult and Youth Social Studies. He has an interest in politics, religion, economics, and military history.

Scapegoating a Young Minority

A new school year is kicking off for millions of young Americans and, with an election year looming, expect heaps of new assignments meant to “explore public issues.” In thousands of schools throughout the United States, this will mean further political indoctrination by their mostly left-leaning teachers. No doubt they will be taught about the

By | 2019-09-16T21:17:36-07:00 September 15th, 2019|Tags: |

The Ahmari Theory of Internal Diplomacy

How should conservative and traditionalist Americans go forward in today’s current political climate? That is the question at the root of an ongoing dispute arising from Sohrab Ahmari’s First Things article, “Against David French-ism” and David French’s rebuttal in National Review called “What Sohrab Ahmari Gets Wrong.” Ahmari argues, “The only way is

By | 2019-07-05T16:24:51-07:00 July 5th, 2019|

Case for Reparations Is Progressive Corruption of Christianity

In Christianity, original sin is the first cause which allowed evil to enter the history of mankind. While progressive liberals basically reject traditional Christianity, having their own origins so intimately tied up with those of Christendom, they cannot escape similar patterns of thought. They have their own versions of original sin which are

By | 2019-07-02T19:38:54-07:00 July 2nd, 2019|

Heretics in the Church of Progressive Liberalism

Religions fear heretics more than non-believing infidels because they are, at least on paper, supposed to be closer to the truth than infidels. That’s why intra-religious disputes are often so bloody: between Catholics and Protestants, between Sunni and Shia, between Anglican and Puritan. Progressive liberalism has dogma and heresy, too. Certain ideas are

By | 2019-06-21T16:25:47-07:00 June 21st, 2019|

Worshipful Procession: The Progressive Liberal Protest March

In 2008, noted psychologist and addiction expert Stanton Peele argued in Psychology Today that, “Religious people are certifiable. They are obligated to believe crazy things . . . I write this from my hotel in Seville, on Good Friday, after marching through the streets following religious processions of floats, mournful bands, and men

By | 2019-06-19T15:50:37-07:00 June 19th, 2019|

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