Jack Kerwick

About Jack Kerwick

Jack Kerwick earned his doctorate degree in philosophy from Temple University. His areas of specialization are ethics and political philosophy, with a particular interest in classical conservatism. His work has appeared in both scholarly journals and popular publications, and he recently authored, The American Offensive: Dispatches from the Front. Kerwick has been teaching philosophy for nearly 17 years at a variety of institutions, from Baylor to Temple, Penn State University, the College of New Jersey and elsewhere. His next book, Misguided Guardians: The Conservative Case Against Neoconservatism is pending publication. He is currently an instructor of philosophy at Rowan College at Burlington County.

Christophobia and Islamophobia

A Christian man in Egypt is beaten by Muslims. “Islamophobia” is a real problem. Or so we’re led to believe by the usual suspects in the grievance industry par excellence, the Racism-Industrial-Complex (RIC). It’s a problem because, it is tirelessly declared, “Islamophobia” is only going to create more Islamic “extremists.” An article from

By | 2017-04-03T15:02:29+00:00 March 31st, 2017|

These Losers Aren’t Just Sore, But Vicious

From very early on in this election season, and especially since Donald Trump became the Republican presidential nominee, I’ve looked forward to the day when he would win the presidency and I could gloat in the smug faces of all of the Hillary Clinton supporters (and NeverTrumpers) who spared no occasion to assure America that Trump

By | 2016-11-13T18:32:26+00:00 November 13th, 2016|

Vindicating ‘Scholars for Trump’

“Scholars and Writers for America” is a group of some 135 intellectuals who endorse Donald Trump. To this statement of support, I was all too happy to add my own signature. The usual suspects in the media all too predictably responded with perplexity, ridicule, and even dishonesty. Given that I am a philosopher by trade,

By | 2016-10-10T23:18:12+00:00 October 10th, 2016|Tags: |