As a voter, one likes to believe that candidates are at least operating broadly within the same moral universe as the rest of us. Hillary Clinton isn’t — and neither is Donald Trump.
The gross misappropriation of executive power to utterly remake the meaning of very basic legal terms threatens not only the structure of our government, it threatens the rule of law itself. This distortion of legal language is a particular threat to laws concerning women.
In a bleak political year, there comes a shaft of light in the form of an extraordinary new book, The Fractured Republic.
Cardinal Robert Sarah understands that any serious effort to follow Pope Francis and heal, evangelize, and convert the culture today requires recognizing the truth of the culture wars.
In his new book, EPPC Hertog Fellow Yuval Levin looks at our fractured republic and sees signs of hope.
Fixing the federal budget process is not a panacea. But a better process could make it easier for Congress and the president to agree on a budget framework.
The Never Trump commitment is not a matter of being excessively fastidious or too good for this world. Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would do damage to the nation.
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