Paul Ryan’s Voice of Calm Reason

Given legitimate concerns about the vetting process, how badly President Obama has handled this issue (flippantly dismissing those concerns, mocking those who see things differently than he does, refusing to negotiate) and how wary the public is about accepting Syrian refugees, the plan put forward by Speaker of the House Paul Ryan is prudent and sensible.

President Obama’s Hypocrisy on Syria

The debate over the Syrian refugee crisis illustrates why President Obama has been as polarizing as any president in the history of modern polling.

Obama’s Foreign Policy Fecklessness

Perceptions matter, and it has become clearly undeniable that in many places — Moscow, Damascus, Tehran, Jerusalem, Beijing — the president of the United States is perceived as weak, and that people in these places have behaved accordingly.

Mission Abandoned: Did We Betray John XXIII’s Vision for Vatican II?

Vatican II was intended as a call to unity and evangelism, but its legacy has been an escalation of intra-Catholic wars. It is time to embrace John XXIII’s original vision.

Dr. Albert Raboteau at the November 2015 Faith Angle Forum

I think we need to not be strangers to each other and to each other’s experiences and the more that we can become less estranged, the more there’s a possibility of change. It’s hard to hate somebody who you eat with regularly…


Dr. Arthur Brooks and John Carr at the November 2015 Faith Angle Forum

“Ask yourself did all of my work go for the benefit of people with less power than me? If the answer is no you’re screwing up.” – Arthur Brooks

A Thanksgiving Meditation on Freedom and Its Enemies

Freedom must be earned in every generation. Absent a commitment to living freedom nobly and thus earning it, freedom decomposes into license at home (and becomes its own undoing), or freedom is conquered from outside by enslaving enemies, or both.

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