Dr. Jessica Stern and Imam Abdullah Antepli at the March 2016 Faith Angle Forum
A central feature of terrorism is that it involves deliberately targeting noncombatants, which means that it’s a violation of the Judeo-Christian just war tradition, as well as the Islamic just war tradition, by definition.
Proposals to Reform the President’s Budget and the Congressional Budget Process
Today’s budget process does not facilitate executive-legislative agreement, or help policymakers focus on long-term entitlement spending, which is the country’s primary fiscal challenge.
Big Science is Broken
There is very good reason to believe that much scientific research published today is false, there is no good way to sort the wheat from the chaff, and, most importantly, that the way the system is designed ensures that this will continue being the case.
‘Choosing’ Gender Ignores Truth of Human Person
Target’s bathroom policy stems from a gender ideology that is ultimately incompatible not only with reality, but also with Christian anthropology.
The Most Important Day of Your Life
Owning your baptism is the precondition to being a member of that “Church permanently in mission” which Pope Francis calls us to be.
Fourth Circuit Inflicts Sex Change on Title IX
A recent federal appellate court ruling holding that a school must allow a girl who identifies as male to use the boys’ restroom gets nearly everything wrong.
Friendship in the Age of Trump
The candidacy of Donald J. Trump is not only fracturing the Republican Party, it is breaking up friendships as well.
The Increasing Instability of Obamacare
Obamacare is financially and politically unstable because very few middle-class families are signing up for coverage through the law’s exchanges.
Hands off the Ladies’ Rooms
Now that the Supreme Court has big-footed that question, culture warriors are prowling for new realms of transgression to embrace. So, coming to a bathroom near you — transgenderism.
Monetary Reform or Trade War
The official reserve-currency system causes the domestic price level to rise in the reserve-currency country, relative to other countries, even when exchange rates remain (temporarily) fixed–a competitive disadvantage that tariffs can only worsen, and only proper monetary reform can fix.