The Democratic primary electorate contains many more women than men, and many of those women are Democrats precisely because they believe that party fights for and represents the aspirations of ambitious, self-assured women.
Renowned above all for his flights of lyric sublimity, Percy Bysshe Shelley could be as ravishingly melancholy as John Keats and as tenderly exultant as William Wordsworth. Yet his verse could be flagrantly unlovely in the service of his political hatreds, which were many and fierce.
The reform of the priesthood, including a deepening of the Church’s commitment to the value of celibacy as a radical witness to the Kingdom, begins, as does all authentic Catholic reform, with deeper conversion to Jesus Christ and the gospel.
Message, not money, is what produces victory, and so far Michael Bloomberg’s has been lacking.
The 1950s are not coming back. But the nuclear family, far from being discredited, has been vindicated by the decay that surrounds us now.
Contrary to predictions, black voters have not abandoned Biden’s allegedly sinking ship.
The Democratic Party is quibbling over rhetoric and ignoring the real debate.