Trump’s solution to the “bathroom debate” may point the way to a truce in the culture wars.
Clericalism and cheap grace in the Vatican
Should LDS members embrace it? To some extent, they already do
More reflections on pluralism, sexuality, and Christian fidelity in a rapidly changing culture
The Pentagon cares less about equal rights and more about maintaining recruiting for endless wars.
Trump’s proposal to increase America’s nuclear arsenal would be enormously expensive, a violation of existing treaties, and the start of an unnecessary arms race.
Two small towns will greet thousands of new tourists—and provide easier access to liquor.
We must acknowledge the inability of our institutions to deal with the ideology behind terrorism.
Those that obsess most over “national greatness” and “American exceptionalism” talk about being “just another nation” as if it were a terrible fate to be avoided at all costs.
He won because he took the time to listen to les Deplorables.
On transgender bathroom access in schools, ruling class waging war on common sense
TAC executive editor Pratik Chougule discusses his vaccine piece on the radio.
There is no consensus in Montenegro in favor of joining the alliance.
As he takes charge of U.S. grand strategy, he must be a blunt, candid truth-teller.
Why shouldn’t different particularisms discover they have something in common?
A left-wing black Englishman has stopped mouthing progressive platitudes to fit in
Those who favor limited government shouldn’t ignore the virtue factor.
If this is the best that the foreign policy establishment can offer, they are in bigger trouble than I thought.
It’s a lot more complicated than that
Second-most powerful Jesuit in the world says Jesus might not have meant what he said on marriage
The Evangelical vs. Evangelical showdown in the administration is a sign of the times
The horror of what has been deliberately done to Yemen over the last two years is matched only by the near-total international indifference to the plight of its people.
Archbishop Chaput on the real meaning of love and marriage
No, says The Atlantic‘s Emma Green, who is therefore no fan of the Benedict Option
There is no evidence that Trump wants to put an end to any of our current wars.
Milo is no joke, warns Christian high school student
The dangers of a warped understanding of internationalism and “American exceptionalism.”