Why Kasich Matters (and Could Win)
Ohio Governor John Kasich is slowly positioning himself to become the person most likely to surprise and break out of the crowded GOP primary pack.
Bumping Hamilton from the $10 Bill Is Arrogant, Ignorant, and Stupid
True to the identity politics of the Democratic party, the Obama treasury department has announced that a to-be-announced female will replace Alexander Hamilton on the currency.
Strong Medicine: The World Needs to Hear the Message of Laudato Si’
The Pope’s forceful, and in many ways radical, critique of our modern world is not built upon a particular reading of the scientific literature, but upon the Church’s understanding of the gift of creation and the place of man within creation.
A Sign of Contradiction
To read “Laudato Si’” through the anthropologically flimsy lens of today’s policy debates—however important or urgent—is to miss the true foundations upon which Pope Francis grounds his call to defend creation.
5 Things About Pope Francis’ Encyclical on the Environment the Media Probably Won’t Tell You
On both the form and the substance, Francis represents a continuity with papal teaching, not a break.
Conservatives and Climate Change
When it comes to climate change, the Republican Party should confront the facts as scientists generally understand them, as well as the limits of that understanding, and it should seek to empower innovators looking for solutions.
Who Will Be the Candidate with a Plan?
In addition to experience and leadership skills, the GOP candidates for president need to articulate a realistic plan for taxes, health care, and the federal budget.
Two Critical Nutrients of Conservative Jewish Soil
A Jewish conservatism that best serves the Jewish people and the civilization of the West is a conservatism that rejects the claims of atheistic humanism and the project of the autonomous, self-constructing self.
Jeb Bush Makes His Case
Based on the reviews, the launch of Jeb Bush’s campaign was successful. Now the former Florida governor’s work really begins.
The Pope’s Encyclical, at Heart, Is About Us, Not Trees and Snail Darters
More than just a treatise on climate change, the pope’s encyclical is a call to a more integral, indeed more humanistic, ecology.