Most of the posts you see here are relatively short pieces. Not this one. The issue is monumental (national monuments) and covering it took 70+ pages. My thanks to the […]
Despite my low expectations, the Episcopal Presiding Bishop’s charismatic sermon (like the wedding itself) did more good than harm. I reflect on the homily heard around the world here.
One of the last pro-life Democrats in the House, will still be in the House—despite the best efforts of the abortion lobby to oust him. Dan Lipinski may be the […]
Pastor Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Dallas is sounding a lot like a Clinton apologist from a generation ago. The 1998 version of Dr. James Dobson had some thoughts on […]
Democrats go against the vast majority of Americans (and a majority in their own party) by insisting on legal abortion after 20 weeks. Republicans go against the vast majority of […]
Dan Lipinski is a rare breed, a Democrat who speaks up for the unborn. Once upon a time, that was not so exceptional, but today it makes him a target. […]
One year ago at the Heritage Foundation, Newt Gingrich set forth a series of questions to be answered in a year. The topic was whether Trump’s election was a watershed […]
He has yet to concede and is raising money for a futile recount, but today I close out the Roy Moore Trilogy at First Things. (If the recount lessens […]
It is time for Roy Moore to step aside. I make the case at First Things.
Mr. Dred Scott would not recognize “marriage” today, but liberals can recognize any chance to pile onto Roy Moore (justified or not). More at First Things.