I shall undoubtedly vote for Republicans down the ballot in November. Leading Republicans still promote an agenda of national renewal that seems to me more reflective of Catholic social doctrine than anything on offer from the Democrats. But I cannot bring myself to vote for Donald Trump for president, even under the rubric of playing strategic electoral defense.
Politicians position and hedge and dodge. Understood. But when that positioning comes in the form of undermining a key institution, such as the Republican party, it’s playing with fire.
EPPC Hertog Fellow Yuval Levin discusses Donald Trump, conservatism, the future of the Republican Party, and much more.
#NeverTrump never coalesced around an alternative candidate because the conservative movement is in a full-blown identity crisis.
Gordon Moore’s tech vision changed modern times. He wants his giving to change life 10,000 years from now.
Pope Francis rightly wants to re-set many of the default positions in the Roman Curia. That re-set must begin with a frank recognition that, whatever its intentions, the Ostpolitik of John XXIII, Paul VI, and Agostini Casaroli was a failure.
An open letter to the Ford Foundation on inequality.
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