Why the “virtual village” doesn’t exist
Talk of health and wealth cannot substitute for sublimity and attraction in human motivations.
ISIS wants America at war with the world, and the Republican Party is all too eager to comply.
Is Ana Marie Cox a true Christian? How would you know?
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A school administrator says ‘How Dante Can Save Your Life’ is what his teachers need
Jeb Bush stands for the Republican Party’s pro-gay future
If Walker believes what he’s saying, he is endorsing an absurdly extreme version of the “credibility” argument.
Jindal and Rubio’s foreign policy attacks fall flat.
History keeps running over people standing athwart it yelling, ‘Stop!’
‘Everybody understands everything in this country’ said Putin critic, whose murder today isn’t hard to explain
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Making the elimination of Iran’s nuclear program the “centerpiece of American policy” is to doom that policy to failure.
Full of hubris, Bibi fails to realize that Israel is not as popular as it once was.
If the U.S. never allowed any “light” between it and its allies and clients, that would mean letting those allies and clients dictate what U.S. policy ought to be.
Hard-liners prefer an Iranian nuclear program that faces no real scrutiny and has no restrictions placed upon it.
Walker’s CPAC remarks remind us that he has nothing substantive to say about foreign policy.
Why an age-integrated community is important for human flourishing
With Republicans now ruling Congress, any momentum for surveillance state reform has been lost.
How should the Right should build its artistic counterculture? A respectful dissent
Rand Paul’s attempts to placate hard-liners in his party are useless.
But that doesn’t mean it’s wrong.
Why indie bookstores are seeking subscribers to stay alive
Corbusier courted Mussolini with the same ideas that still devastate American cities.
Most Americans are understandably wary of funneling weapons into an ongoing conflict.
In the 1956 Suez Crisis, Eisenhower recognized that America’s interests did not lie with blind and unconditional support of an ally.
America’s preeminent Christian novelist explores baptism, works, and redemption.