A Catholic Bush just might be a peaceful one.
A constitutional right to gay marriage joins abortion in the stages of America’s Gramscian revolution.
How every opinion stated on social media about Supreme Court decisions can be clearly derived
That time the Sienese saint failed her contrada
“We oppose all forms of corporate welfare.”
Should Christians fight? Retreat? Brooks suggests a third way
Jeb Bush isn’t even pretending to support foreign policy restraint.
Are Russia and the West stumbling towards Armageddon?
Why the ‘God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life’ ideology is false
Corker’s own legislation has made it more likely that Obama will agree to terms that are even less satisfactory to hawkish critics
The Benedict Option and recovering a monastic spirit
Assuming that a country’s problems can and should be addressed by partitioning the country is dangerous.
What Solzhenitsyn has to teach traditional conservatives post-Obergefell
Gays gain it as straights throw off its traditional constraints
Teaching bankers happiness with W.H. Auden
Washington’s definition of success requires all players to act against their own interests to achieve U.S. aims.
Thinking small and creating more flexibility may help America’s students and teachers.
What this racial terrorist has in common with Nidal Hasan, Baruch Goldstein, and Anders Breivik—and what’s different in America.
Christie would be fortunate to do as well as Giuliani did in 2008.
What is loved would not exist apart from what is abhorred.
White House claims of de-escalation are merely misdirection.
It’s a complicated affair. Yankees wouldn’t understand.
The Saudis have copied so many of the biggest mistakes of past foreign interventions.
Gazza’s tears and elegant long pass instructed an American in “the beautiful game.”
Despite demands for a more humane agriculture, factory farms are bigger than ever.
The encyclical isn’t primarily about responding to environmental catastrophe, but about exploiting environmental catastrophism.
First impressions of Laudato Si, the first encylical from the crunchy con pope
Ghost Fleet is a fictionalized foretelling of World War III fought in the Pacific that’s too real for comfort.
A staunchly traditional Russian society grapples with modernity’s disruptions, seeking conservatisms far beyond Putinism.