Faithful Catholics should not comply with the totalitarian demands of the globalists. We should not fear those who can kill the body but not the soul.
FROM THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE
The Missouri Synod is siding with Antifa over its own historic teachings, and its own members. Congregants within other supposed conservative churches should take note—be prepared for false promises and betrayal.
The current evangelical elite came of age at a time when secular influences tried to stay neutral toward Christianity; The faith competed as an equal in the marketplace of ideas. But those days are over. In our age of secularist hostility, evangelicals need new tactics.
The post-conciliar Church's efforts to bring Christ into the modern world have brought the modern world into the Church. The Church is not moving the world; the world is moving the Church.
America is finally joining the secularism of the other nations of the West. In this transition to secularism one key lesson emerges: faith is inextricably bound up with family.
The book Partisans is a product of contemporary political discourse—made up of cut-and-paste, second- and third-hand source-filled rants—that fails to pass for serious scholarship.
There is still time left to rescue the past, present, and future from William MacAskill’s ideological future savers.
Michael Anton and Paul Gottfried debate the existence of natural rights in the September 2023 issue.
The Republican Party keeps looking back at Reagan without considering what has changed since Reagan. This results in missed opportunities for the GOP.
Three black men involved in the brutal death of a white teen in Ohio walked away with slaps on the wrist, calling into question whether equal justice under the law still exists for whites in America.
Joe Biden is going to lose to Donald Trump in '24. Democrats can see this but there is little they can do to stop it.
The Senate is defining its standards down to meet the demands of a single mentally defective boor who lived off his parents until he was nearly 50 and still cannot bring himself to dress and act like an adult.
Trump, Boebert, Gibson—or any candidate—might have moral character flaws, but candidates who are personally objectionable are often politically indispensable.
Chronicles Editor Paul Gottfried explains why the moral and legal foundations of America are found in religion and custom, not Enlightenment natural rights, which can be interpreted ever-leftward and lead to intolerance and aggression.
Government on the basis of tradition and biblical morality is no longer possible in modern times, Michael Anton argues; our choices are either a rational morality independent of man's will, or nihilism.
The Biden Regime's handling of the Hunter indictment will tell us whether we actually have a two-tier justice system as conservatives claim.
Cornel West is setting the stage for a replay of 2000 when Ralph Nader peeled off enough votes to cost the Democrats the White House. West's appeal, like Nader's, is a sign of a larger problem facing the Democratic party.
The agony of this story is close to unbearable, but we recall atrocities in order to respect those souls who were ripped out of this world and sent into the next.
Joe Biden and his cackler henchwoman, Kamala Harris, will run on "Bidenomics." And they will ask you not to believe your own lying eyes, but to believe that the turd sandwich they are offering up is actually a tasty filet mignon.
Trump wasn't on stage in Milwaukee, but Trumpism was, thanks to Vivek Ramaswamy. Will Ramaswamy take votes from establishment candidates, or from Trump himself?
There is truly only one person around whom a GOP consolidation might be feasible, and he happens to be the de facto winner of Wednesday's debate.
If one is to believe the prevailing narrative from Donald Trump’s current campaign to retake the White House, the 2024...
America is a worse place for the 50,000 men and women we lost to suicide last year.
The topic of Ukraine brings once-reputable journals and senior analysts down to the level of propagandistic hacks. A particularly egregious example was recently published in an online edition of Foreign Policy.
The left—and the establishment GOP—want all Trump’s supporters to live in fear that they’ll share the fates of the January 6 defendants, of Jake Gardner, of Ashli Babbitt, of Kyle Rittenhouse, and all the other uppity proles who dared to disobey their supposed betters.
The ongoing war between Azerbaijan and Armenia threatens the existence of Christian communities in the Near East. The Biden White House is unlikely to intervene in any way for fear of losing support from Turkey.