Michael the Kind
Well-deserved tributes are pouring forth for the late Michael Novak. It’s frankly hard to know where to begin in praising him.
Remembering Michael Novak
The American scholar of Catholic social thought will be read for a long time to come.
Common Cause’s Chicken Little
There is zero basis to infer that Neil Gorsuch would vote “to declare campaign contribution limits unconstitutional.”
Trump’s Francification of America
He has undoubtedly infused American politics with the French conservative style, to the detriment of the American conservative style.
Paul, Apollos, and Cephas, All Over Again
Christ is not divisible and neither is his truth. And authentic pastoral accompaniment must always be along “the way” of the One who is also “the truth and the life.”
Turow’s Reversible Errors—Part 2
Continuing with a critique of Scott Turow’s Vanity Fair attack on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
Turow’s Reversible Errors—Part 1
Lawyer-turned-novelist Scott Turow amply demonstrates that he’s more suited to fiction-writing than to legal analysis.
Another Kind of Resistance — from Parents
In the Chicago suburbs, parents fight back against radical propaganda in the guise of instruction.
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer continues to propagate the silly notion that a 60-vote “standard” for Supreme Court nominees exists.
Senator Shaheen: No Filibuster of Gorsuch
On the Senate floor Tuesday evening, Democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire strongly declared that neither she nor any of her fellow Democrats she’s “talked to” have any intention of filibustering the Gorsuch nomination.