Many churches across America are saying, in effect, “God and what He says in the Bible isn’t the Ultimate Authority. It's the whims of current culture that reign supreme.
Ilya Shapiro apologized for his “poor choice of words” in a series of tweets about Joe Biden’s potential Supreme Court pick. Here’s what he should have said instead.
We need new, independent, domestic end-to-end ammunition plants, and right away.
Our rulers stoke a civil conflict because they want to win it.
Moral disagreement isn’t some perverse feature of modernity. Human societies have always wrestled with different perspectives and come to different conclusions.
We will either reclaim the mantle of republican self-government or bid a sad farewell to the American commonwealth.
The Right should make no apologies for defending free speech—all of it.
Matthew’s Gospel teaches there is no purely scientific solution to the human question, one disconnected from Scripture.
The secular leftist idea that people are basically good is not only foolish: It is dangerous.
Christ provides cleansing through His sacrifice and grace. Wokeism offers only the barrenness of the grave.
Fact is, one cannot simply make oneself an American. To some extent or another, through birth or naturalization, one becomes an American because someone else did the work.
May the light deliver us from the darkness of pride, arrogance, and hate.
In many ways, our giving culture defines America and Americans at their very best.
We may be too weak to fight the anti-woke Communism war in which Tom Klingenstein urges us to enlist. But it’s a war we must prepare ourselves for, as the enemy is ourselves.
Brown’s lawless radicalism is counterproductive to achieving worthy goals. As Lincoln’s prescient warnings demonstrate, the antidote to injustice is not mob violence.
Training in the martial arts strengthens both body and soul, to promote the warrior-scholar ideal.
Our federal government now appears to be suffering from an unparalleled arrogance and corruption of its own, as many of state governments appear unable or unwilling to carry out their duties.
You almost never see a culture of greatness in any level of government—especially long-standing government. Here’s why.
There is a distinction between conspiratorial thinking and critical thinking. Those alarmed by the prevalence of the former should be no less alarmed by the lack of the latter.
True to form, David French spectacularly misses the point of the critique of conservative “fusionism.”