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Jerry D. Salyer


Jerry D. Salyer writes from Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Letter From Kentucky: Covington and the Cannibals

    By Jerry Salyer | February 26, 2019
    Having mistakenly thought that he had killed his rival during a fight over a girl, 16-year old Simon Kenton headed west from Virginia into Kentucky. Before he turned 20 Kenton had established himself as a first-rate ranger and Indian fighter, and he had become a frontier icon by the time he died in 1836 at age 81.
  • Know Patria, Know Patriotism

    By Jerry Salyer | July 03, 2018
    It has always seemed to me that before we can begin to intelligently discuss border control, Southern heritage, kneeling NFL linebackers, or any other given controversy, there is an even more fundamental issue which must be explored first.
  • Latin, The Language of the West

    By Jerry Salyer | March 29, 2018
    For generations Latin was the backbone of Christian civilization, and served as the basis for political, intellectual, and religious discourse during the most creative periods of European history.

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