It doesn’t do justice to the politically correct radicalism of today.
I talked to hardline clerics saying “I told you so” and lost my luggage at the airport. If only Donald Trump had done the same.
Forty-six years and billions later, they are back where they started.
It’s remarkable how much has changed—and how much hasn’t—since TAC’s founding 15 years ago.
‘Mediating institutions’ are necessary but not sufficient
Having thoroughly poisoned the atmosphere in the weeks leading up to the meeting, Bolton managed to sabotage diplomacy with North Korea with a minimum of effort.
Yes, rich tech liberals are hypocrites — but that doesn’t let the rest of us off the hook
If the administration wanted to poison the atmosphere leading up to the summit, they could not have done a better job over the last week and a half.
As we’re vanquished by the profiteers of data gold, we can only marvel at their audacity.
His wacky schemes never pan out but they do cost the taxpayers billions. Isn’t it time we closed our refrigerators?
Linker: He’s changing doctrine informally
They gave Obama their tepid approval, then poured millions into a three-year campaign to kill it—and won.
It’s a place with unique customs that people are proud of. Why do country singers get this but so many scholars don’t?
Seminary president preaches prophetic sermon to fellow Southern Baptists
Rather than deter it, the U.S. should help orchestrate the tiny island’s transition to a “porcupine strategy.”
The Trump administration is taking what Feffer correctly describes as the worst position it could possibly take.
Trump will abandon negotiations at the first opportunity when it becomes clear that North Korea won’t give away everything in exchange for little or nothing.
He exposed it as lazy and self-satisfied. But a new introspection suggests it may be stirring on the floor.
In the wake of another school shooting, Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s warning is more relevant than ever.
It could still happen despite Kim’s reneging. And if not, containment remains the best approach.
What this $5 million mural says about art and finance stewing in the same nihilistic culture pot.
A woman claims prominent Southern Baptist leader told her to be quiet about her rape. Another Southern Baptist pastor mocks her publicly
Francis once again seems to condone homosexuality, and the West further jettisons the civilization that made it great.
It is peculiar how self-described nationalists here in the U.S. are consistently the last to understand that other nations value their independence and sovereignty and resent being dictated to by our government.
Mohammed bin Salman’s Western cheerleaders have unfortunately helped to promote that cult because of their misplaced confidence in the crown prince’s judgment.
Repeatedly bringing up the 2011 Libyan war in connection with North Korea diplomacy is either proof of the administration’s ineptitude or an attempt at deliberate sabotage of the negotiations.
What would the Church Fathers say about using these drugs for spiritual enlightenment?
How can you trust an establishment that so easily succumbs to fantasies of global hegemony and go-it-alone militarism?
The iconic bookstore chain, by trading books for cafés and Legos, has forgotten its telos and guaranteed its downfall.
The ambitious Virginia senator’s vote for Haspel and his unflinching support of the intelligence community is no accident.
Want to restore our culture? The Christian scholar says marriage is the place to start.
Trump and Pompeo have been spitting in the faces of our allies, and it is no wonder that they object to it in the strongest terms.
Why hallucinogens can teach us more about mysticism and spirituality than we think
The administration has no demands for the governments that are actually destroying Yemen, but rather looks for excuses to continue helping them with their indiscriminate and reckless bombing.