Author: Will Moravits

Will Moravits is an Instructor of political science for Texas State University and previously taught for Alamo Community Colleges District. For three years, he was a police officer for the City of San Marcos, Texas, having graduated Top Cadet from the Basic Training Academy of the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of "The Blue Divide: Policing and Race in America." He holds a master of arts in political science from Texas State University and a PhD in public policy and administration from Walden University. He is a native of Uvalde, Texas.

The Nuclear Family is the Key to Closing Educational Gaps

Ask the average American about the state of public education, and you’re likely to hear complaints ranging from low scores, poorly paid teachers, drugs, gang violence, lack of funding, threats from school shootings, claims of indoctrination—from both sides of the political spectrum—and a myriad of other complaints. Ask teachers and parents, and you’ll likely get […]

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A Closer Look at the Founders’ Perspectives on Slavery

Juneteenth, a celebration held in Texas since 1866, was recognized as a federal holiday for the first time in 2021. Juneteenth commemorates the day Union soldiers arrived in Galveston, TX, to tell the enslaved African-Americans that the war was over and they were free—whereas Union states Kentucky and Delaware practiced slavery for six additional months […]

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The (Mis)Education of Religion and the American Founding

In 1989, the Supreme Court ruled in County of Allegheny v. American Civil Liberties Union that a nativity scene donated to the courthouse by a local Roman Catholic organization displayed with the words Gloria in Excelsis Deo (Glory to God in the Highest) was a violation of the Establishment Clause because it violated a section […]

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Reevaluating Racial Bias Allegations in Policing

Researchers conducted a meta-analysis of 51 studies published since 2005 from various academic databases looking at racial bias in criminal justice sentencing. They found that with the exception of a “very small” amount of racial bias for drug crimes, there was no statistically significant difference for all other crimes.  Why then, is it a common […]

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Godless Society: The Perils of Self-Worship and the Founders’ Wisdom on Morality and Religion

Editor’s Note: A version of this article was previously published on the author’s substack, Saving America, on September 21, 2023. With his permission, an updated version has been published below. But what will become of men then?’ I asked him, ‘without God and immortal life? All things are permitted then, they can do what they like?  — […]

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I Was Canceled

Editor’s Note: A version of this article was previously published on the author’s substack, Saving America, on Jun 13, 2023. With his permission, an updated version has been published below. As a political science instructor, I have followed many stories of the left using various means to cancel those who they deem “undesirable” or “deplorable” […]

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