In The Narrow Passage, Glenn Ellmers reminds readers of the need for a robust understanding of nature in any well-grounded conservatism.
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Faulkner’s work was deeply embedded in the oral tradition of the south, and has a strong sense of place.
Pope Francis has illicitly suppressed the extraordinary form of the Mass and forced an irreverent liturgy down our throats.
At New College, we recently ditched the gender studies program, which did not benefit the college in any way but was, in fact, doing great harm.
The mothering instinct causes women to ensure everyone feels equally valued rather than “left out." This can have serious policy consequences when women occupy public office. Mothering does well in the home, but disastrously in government.
Catholic macho-man influencers tell men to "man up" and fix themselves and their marriages through self-mortification. By contrast, Catholic ladies are told to indulge themselves and "discover their dignity." There is something wrong here.
America has managed to become a country of childlike grown-ups with stunted imaginations—the worst combination of each state of life.
Christopher Rufo excavates several unpleasant and destructive left-wing thought streams that are eroding the social order on which we all depend. His prescriptions for action are convincing, though it is less certain whether his diagnosis is accurate.
Online media was never on a secure footing, dependent as it was not just on advertising—which is true for almost all media—but on the whims of Big Tech, which has its own growth worries.
In the ongoing effort to redefine the government’s relationship with American citizens and obtain control over their political speech and choices, hoaxes surrounding Russia have been the go-to play.
Many on the left have denounced the Alabama Supreme Court’s ruling in a fertility clinic case as an imperious act of “theocracy” or “Christian nationalism.” Nothing could be further from the truth.
If New York’s attorney general can smear and destroy an online publication simply because she does not agree with its contents, there’s no meaningful free speech in America anymore.
The struggles of the Middle East cannot be summarized or dismissed in chalking it all up to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. There’s much more at play in the region.
Is “X,” the media company formerly known as “Twitter,” still experiencing deep state interference and silencing of conservatives? The evidence suggests that it is.
Moms for Liberty, a proud group of American parents, is retaking control of their children’s educations from the government leftists now destroying it.
The raw political interest of Democrats is at work in gaming the census numbers to increase the headcount in America’s leftist cities to maintain the political power.
Revelations of a surprise supporting cast emerge in the Fani Willis Show, also known as the Trump trial in Georgia.
The Netflix formula for documentaries produces an alien-infused melodrama that falls flat and reveals little about its bizarre subject.
Americans prefer no consistent government, rapid-cycling anarchy, to everything the two parties offer: neither has made the sale.
If the right keeps laughing at Joe Biden, it risks sleepwalking into another devastating defeat for itself and the country.
It is often said that it is better to be lucky than good. Donald Trump have been very lucky, indeed, in his choice of enemies.
There is no need to compare Trump to some biblical hero or a mythic savior in order to state one’s agreement with one or more of his stated policies.
Now that Trump is the likely frontrunner in the next presidential election, Washington is forced to envision the possibility that he intends to curtail America’s commitments overseas.
When one is victimized by a career criminal, something much more valuable than property is often stolen.
To watch the film is to look at what once existed through eyes jaundiced by the bitter tears shed in noting what we face in our country and in the Church of today.
The sacrifices Americans make today do not serve any greater good, such as winning a war, preserving our way of life, or giving their children a chance at a better future. Instead, our government is making us sacrifice to meet the needs of foreign nationals here illegally.