Bill Borst column
Bill Borst holds a PhD in American History from St. Louis University. (1972) After having taught on virtually all levels of education from elementary school through the university, he had a weekly talk show on WGNU radio for 22 years. Currently he is Phyllis Schlafly's regular substitute on KSIV radio in St. Louis.

He has been the editor of the Mindszenty Review for nine years and has published commentaries in many local and national publications. He is the author of at least two prominent books, Liberalism: Fatal Consequences (1999) and The Scorpion and the Frog: A Natural Conspiracy. (2005).

Since 2009, three of his plays were produced on the St. Louis stage. He also published a weekly blog THE GOSPEL TRUTH @

Monday night light
Bill Borst
October 15, 2011

When I was a new teacher in Charleston, Missouri in 1965, my roommate was a man from New Jersey, who had a diversity of personal interests. An experienced . . .

A Jackie Robinson protest
Bill Borst
July 21, 2011

The Brooklyn Dodgers were the baseball team that brought joy to my youth. Even though I lived in Queens, one of only two boroughs that did not have its own . . .

The Sam Cooke Syndrome
Bill Borst
June 29, 2011

When I was a teenager on of my favorite songs was Wonderful World (sometimes referred to as (What a) Wonderful World). It was written in 1959 by soul music . . .

The original American culture war
Bill Borst
June 16, 2011

Recently as the regular guest host for Phyllis Schlafly's weekly radio program, I made the association of what Pope John Paul II called the American culture of . . .

Heavy thinking
Bill Borst
May 31, 2011

I recently asked myself the question: What thinker had the most influence on America? I was hard-pressed to think of any recent American thinker. No, I am . . .

The Wimp Factor
Bill Borst
May 14, 2011

In 1988 when George H. W. Bush was running for president, one of the derisive comments on him grew into something called the Wimp Factor. Newsweek wanted to . . .

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