The ‘Evil Political Operator’ at the Anger Games
Roger Stone and Anthony Weiner exemplify the hacks who work to drag our society down to their level.
Callista Gingrich Suits the Job of Vatican Ambassador. But Can Newt Stay Out of the Spotlight?
Callista Gingrich will have a delicate task. Her indefatigable husband could complicate things.
For French Catholics, the Political Future has More Questions than Answers
The Macron-Le Pen face-off posed a singular challenge to any Catholic trying to make a faith-informed vote. What will be the impact of France’s surging, rejuvenated, newly-assertive Catholicism on French politics?
A Hillarian Lesson for Church Leaders
Fraternal correction is a delicate instrument, to be used with care. If its use completely atrophies, however, the Church risks becoming an ecclesiastical version of Clintonworld.
Tax Reform for the Working Class
Without more targeted tax relief that offers immediate and direct benefit to the swing voters who elected President Trump, Republicans might not be in power long enough to enjoy the economic benefits of tax reform.
Trump’s Escape from the Comey Mess
At this point, the only clear way out is to just release those tax returns.
Stormy Mood, Tempestuous Brushstrokes
Titian’s portrait of ‘Doge Andrea Gritti’ is in almost the same condition as the day it left the artist’s studio.
The Future of Conservatism in an Age of Alienation: A Long-Read Q&A with Yuval Levin
After 100 some days of the Trump presidency, the Republican Party and the conservative coalition, broadly understood, are still in flux.
Where Is the Republican Leadership?
The Republicans who have so far stood in lock step with Mr. Trump, defending him at every turn, need to ask themselves whether they want to continue to be complicit in this institutional assault.
The Fifty-Day Party
“Easter” is one continuous fifty-day feast, one “great Sunday,” and it should be lived that way, with as much revelry as possible.