In the tragic wake of the Uvalde shootings and the much less publicized deaths at a D.C. abortion clinic, John looks at the politics of compassion here at First Things.
John contemplates The Last Pig, a film chronicling one farmer’s journey away from feeding the slaughterhouse, here on the Porch.
The last pro-life Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives faced another border battle for his seat. John explores the race at First Things here. (As of now, with all […]
Saturday Night Live used to be in it for laughs. Today, abortion is too sacred to be made the butt of any of their jokes. John looks at SNL from […]
The founder of Strong Towns joins John for a discussion of traffic and his latest book Confessions of a Recovering Engineer. Listen to the podcast here.
John reviews Common Good Constitutionalism, Harvard Law Professor Adrian Vermeule’s vision of a mighty leader bound by only the loose cords of a constitution, here at Front Porch Republic.
Congressman Henry Cuellar will not go down in history as the best of the pro-life House Democrats (e.g. Dan Lipinski was a far more spirited champion of the unborn), but […]
On George Washington’s Birthday, John looks at some of the lesser lights to lead and one future president who drew a line. Here, on the Porch.
Author Will Hoyt takes a seat on the porch alongside the microphone inside the Brass Spittoon. John and Will discuss Hoyt’s new book The Seven Ranges: Ground Zero for the […]
Cursing a person strikes not at flawed policies or poor decisions but at the image of God. The rise of coded and not-so-coded cursing of the President of the United […]