Museum press releases rarely boast about the purchase of a new toilet. The one recently acquired by the Guggenheim Museum, however, is no standard-issue Kohler.
Interview: How Catholics Can Be Good Citizens and Not Despair
EPPC Fellow Stephen White discusses his new book in an interview with NRO’s Kathryn Jean Lopez.
The Worst of Both Sexes
The greatest failures of the past generation concern men, women, and sex — and there could not be two more awful representatives of what has gone wrong than Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Good Catholics, Good Citizens
Religion is emphatically a public good, and one indispensable to limited government, as the Founders were constantly pointing out. The Church ought to be free to be herself for her sake, for the sake of the faithful, and for the sake of the common good.
Politics Without Honor
Progressives have become the captives of their own conceit — not just that their political views are the only correct ones but that they are the only moral ones.
Why We Shouldn’t Fight Dirty
Disagreeing with others, even passionately disagreeing with others, without rhetorically vaporizing them is part of what it means to live as citizens in a republic.
Reaganism is Dead
Republican politicians cannot rely on the healthy skepticism about government that was once woven into the fabric of the party.
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.