American Greatness fellow Tal Bachman interviews author Naomi Wolf, whose recent essay, “Is It Time for Intellectuals to Talk About God?” and criticism of the […]
The GOP must become the party of patriotic populism. Permanently.
The brute fact is that the GOP today—unlike its original incarnation—has no rootedness in any specific moral conception of political life. It is an unmoored, mercenary instrument for hire.
We are living in a nation in the throes of mass psychosis.
Yes, something has gone wrong in the land of the free and the home of the brave. A lot is still going wrong. But maybe there’s a way back.
That we begin now, this springtime, to embrace the divine in our lives more fully, more resolutely, and more gratefully than ever, is an Easter and Passover prayer for all of us.
The Grammys has become an embarrassingly self-unaware, self-immolating awards show.
The time is now for social conservatives to imagine what a reconceived America would look like and how it could be achieved.
We want to live, yes, but we also want to live lives of meaning, purpose, connection, and contentment.