How some Catholics contort Church teaching to fit a Cold War paradigm of economics and politics.
The search for common, human wisdom should reconcile, not reinforce, identity divides.
The U.S. is assuming responsibility for regional security problems while most of the governments in that part of the world do little or nothing.
The pro-life movement did not cause Robert Lewis Dear, any more than New Atheists produced Larry Gene Ashbrook
And the pro-life Christian who gave his life to protect hostages at the abortion clinic
Djihadisme& the meaning of life, according to Fabrice Hadjadj
Lenny Abrahamson and Emma Donoghue’s film, “Room,” is a harrowing tale of survival, and a universal story of childhood’s end.
Uber good or Uber bad? How you answer that question depends on how you see the market
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan may want to derail the an alliance against ISIS—and thus weaken the Assad regime.
A meditation on gifts given by generous fathers
Confronting the dishonesty of our national conversation about race
In place of a proxy war, Cotton would risk a major war with a nuclear-armed state.
Niall Ferguson’s flimsy comparison to ancient Rome ignores the fact that Europe is largely responsible for its own decline.
France, Germany, and other European countries should take the lead in fighting ISIS.
This incident should be a sobering warning for everyone in the West that wants to impose a “no-fly zone” in Syria.
What do we mean when we ask followers of Islam to fit in?
The faith that can fight “the joy of ISIS”
France is in a religious war with ISIS, and with secular liberalism. So are we
The end of the road for the Enlightenment tradition
The same people that have treated gut instinct and ideological conformity as the only things that really matter in foreign policy are now deservedly stuck with a loudmouth nationalist.
Hawks and media ascribe to our enemies in the Islamic State powers they do not remotely possess.
Harvard Law vs. Princetown — spot the difference
McCain and Graham can make outlandish statements about how horrible the state of the world is, and yet they are rarely called out for their shameless fear-mongering.
Secular, progressive Europe cannot deal with homegrown Islamic radicalism
How cultural leftism and the Social Justice Warriors are tearing apart the social fabric
When it comes to foreign policy, Rubio has no flexibility at all.
Clinton’s plan suffers from many of the same flaws as Bush’s.
Andrea Quenette’s sin? Having a class conversation in which she voiced opinions not held by her grad students. This cannot be forgiven
The U.S. ought to stop supporting the Saudis and their allies in Yemen.
If being the “world’s leader” amounts to much the same thing as being the “world’s policeman” in practice, it makes no difference if a hawkish politician rejects one name in favor of another.