American Church

America is no longer like that place where old Frenchmen gathered on a frigid Sunday morning to pray. It is, here and there, like the church with its head cut off but still regretting the operation.

A Greater Nationalism

Americans were once steeped in the histories of many nations when they understood why they loved their country and embraced others who loved their countries. 

Who Wants that Castle Down?

Who profits from the disintegration of the American family? Who profits from its invasion by mass entertainment, mass media, and mass schooling, three prongs of one pitchfork? 

Our Dark Age

The Supreme Court, in retreating from its long-standing usurpation of legislative power in cultural matters, has cleared a way toward the recovery of a high and humane moral vision. 

Chivalry Is Dead? No Kidding

Sexual indifference inevitably leads to a toxic  ingratitude and a severance of the sexes, a celebration of women as apart from and against their brothers.

Longing for Home

Perhaps “Letter from Home” is a letter to us, who have wandered into a far country, not to fight but to give ourselves up to vanity.

The Judgments of Time

Because of our technology, the shallowness of the cast of “The View” will be on display for anyone to see, for 1,000 years. But they do not tremble. I would, in their shoes.

Unthinking Tools of Unreason Itself

The licensers in Milton’s time feared the bad examples that the untrained mind might derive from bad books. But they were veritable champions of a free press compared to what we have now.