But Trump’s plan to axe them won’t fix anything.
What does “spurious nationalism” really mean?
To traditionalist Europeans, our heaven looks like their hell.
He’s fed up with the self-destruction of the Social Justice Warrior left
Take it from two Christians and an Orthodox Jew who are on the front lines of the culture war
Insisting on denuclearization as the only acceptable outcome with North Korea puts the U.S. and North Korea on an unnecessary collision course that could very easily lead to war.
Americans shouldn’t have to choose between “half-baked, spurious nationalism” and the irresponsible interventionism identified with McCain.
The hubris of the Right delivered us into the hands of the goddess of comeuppance
Our government is risking harm to our relations with allies by lying about the nuclear deal.
The student as consumer, or, what happens when university leadership becomes followership
Former talk radio host Charlie Sykes fell out with Trump. Now he’s diagnosing what ails the right.
Yet they choose to ignore it. Have they become too statist and shortsighted?
Welcoming Church Clarity, a progressive Evangelical website that rates congregations on LGBT policies
The next president should call a temporary culture war cool-down.
His work lightheartedly catalogued the story of the human condition.
Why are we compelled to choose sides, immediately, on everything?
His triumphalism and expansion of NATO gave us today’s impasse with Russia.
How does morality and the will affect our ability to think clearly?
The inclusion of Chad has illustrated just how preposterous the ban is.
Sexual abuse victim: ‘I learned that I was chewed gum, a licked cupcake, a rotten apple’
Children of the elites fight in disproportionately small numbers. Does that lead to more war?
Its algorithms allowed clickbait to smother valuable local coverage.
Hyper-politicized persecution began when his thoughts on war came to light.
Building Benedict Option sanctuaries on a dark mountain
Puerto Rico is at risk of suffering a major public health disaster.
If it is left up to the executive, U.S. support for the war will never end, and that is why Congress must assert itself to end our involvement.
Donald Trump was not elected to fight the Middle East’s conflicts—or so some of us thought.
Her candidacy might have lost but her ideas are becoming France’s mainstream.
Career department officials can be forgiven for assuming that the purpose of gutting the department has been to make it so useless that it can be ignored.
And Trump is playing right into their regime change fantasties.
They tell us much about service life and futile imperial adventures.
The U.S. should be trying to extricate itself from Iraq as quickly as it can.
This is where the hysterical World War III theory falls apart.
Puerto Rico is facing a large-scale environmental crisis, and the government needs to make many more resources available as quickly as possible.