Thomas Edsall thinks the Florida gubernatorial election will be "a referendum on democracy." He doesn't like democracy's chances.
Euthanasia coerces the disabled and terminally ill to die to minimize the financial and emotional burdens to their families.
While progressives unfairly attack Bishop Robert Barron, elements of his theology are implicated in the postconciliar trends he laments.
A temporary shutdown for the rail industry could spell disaster for a broader economy already in distress.
More than 90 percent of people with intellectual disabilities receiving Medicaid services do so in "the community," raising questions about a new institution-focused Senate bill.
The Rosary attracts "extremists" in part because the Rosary itself—and the faith it expresses—is "extreme."
If the Supreme Court can prevent communities from acknowledging God in their public institutions, there truly are no limits to its authority.
The pro-abortion movement cannot, as the saying goes, "love them both."