A Government Ill-Executed
The more extreme problems the Trump White House has faced and the more mundane dysfunction that has become its routine are rooted in the same source.
America’s Francification, Part Trois: Secularism
America is not secularizing in the same way as France has, but its own path toward a watered-down religious middle, led by an aggressive and resourceful secular minority, may lead to the same outcome.
It’s a Culture War, Stupid
The Church must engage the culture war, not only in Canada but in the United States and throughout the West, to warm chilled souls and rebuild a civil society committed to human dignity.
Confederate Statues Honor Soldiers’ Valor, Not Beliefs
A 125-year-old statue commemorating Confederate soldiers stands as a symbol of reconciliation between the two halves of the recently-divided nation.
Is the Party of Lincoln Now the Party of Lee?
Hanging racism around Republican necks is the fulfillment of the dearest wish of the Left and could discredit the party for years to come.
America’s Francification, Part Deux
Increasingly, it’s our elite, central institutions — Congress, the Ivy League — that grant status and dole out resources to the favored few.
President Trump’s exchange of nuclear war rhetoric with North Korea is a high-risk game.
Motown and the Turbocharged Church
Under the leadership of Archbishop Allen Vigneron, the Church in Detroit is going on offense, challenging itself to become a diocese of missionary disciples.
The Tories Will Stay Lost Until They Relearn How to be Conservative
Conservatives in the U.K. could, if they chose, call upon a great tradition of social and political thinking that is far more plausible than the leftist ideology of the Momentum movement.
The Francification of America: The American Le Pen and the French-style Realignment
A Trumpified American politics would introduce something that has long existed in Europe but rarely in the United States: class-based parties.