Author Archives: Rod Dreher
About Rod Dreher
Rod Dreher is a senior editor at The American Conservative. He has written and edited for the New York Post, The Dallas Morning News, National Review, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Washington Times, and the Baton Rouge Advocate. Rod’s commentary has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, the Weekly Standard, Beliefnet, and Real Simple, among other publications, and he has appeared on NPR, ABC News, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and the BBC. He lives in St. Francisville, Louisiana, with his wife Julie and their three children. He has also written two books, The Little Way of Ruthie Leming and Crunchy Cons.
The global elite is setting itself up for a massive crash
Gender Lysenkoism paraded as popular science for kids
Even the great philosopher himself has failed to read the book he dismisses
On having a mystical experience that changes your life
Sorry, Little Sisters of the Poor, it looks like he’s going to defend Obama contraceptive mandate
Muslim professor rips into religious dilettante Reza Aslan, equating him with flibbertigibbety starlet
Among Millennials, those who identify as liberal are leaving religion
Here’s the video of the ‘Faith, Hillbillies, & American Politics’ event
Praising filthy rap routine, Bill Nye outs self as a dirty old man
The New Yorker profiles me and the story of my family
It’s there, says Mark Oppenheimer, and it’s meaningful
Macron and Le Pen head to Round Two, with the centrist far ahead of the rightist
Holy Week in Italy’s far south
What the vanities of the Democrats’ dauphine have to do with France and the crisis of globalization afflicting the West
Poli sci chair apologizes for his role in upsetting the radical mob that injured one of his own professors
If a conservative media sequoia falls in the woods and no one in the younger demographic group hears it, did it happen?
Can Islam coexist with France? If not, then what?
Two thoughtful reviews that deal honestly with the book
Most young adult Americans see marriage and family as incidental to adulthood. As goes the family, so goes civilization← Older posts
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