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 […]
On the Porch, John rattles the supply chains with an assist from Ronald Reagan, Sam Walton, and an Amish guy on a bus. Read it here, assuming it’s not out […]
Let’s hope this doesn’t become a regular feature—the Letter to the Editor that did not get published. First Things is a magazine that I have enjoyed since I would peruse […]
Joseph Loconte, history professor at The King’s College, joins guest host Jeff Bilbro, Front Porch Republic’s editor-in-chief, to talk about Loconte’s new film on C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. Murdock […]
An opinion writer cites John’s National Affairs piece on Democrats and abortion. It’s too bad that Thomas Edsall didn’t take what he could have learned to heart. Edsall’s piece “Abortion […]
In a spirit of summer reruns, the Brass Spittoon welcomes Canadian radio broadcaster who speaks on the thought of his late friend Ivan Illich. Front Porch Republic contributor Michael Sauter […]
This morning, June 30, a rainbow was visible over Boise at 6 AM (the earliest in the day this writer has ever seen a real one). Rainbow regalia has been […]
A recent documentary on the twentieth century’s most notable evangelist is light on faith and heavy on politics. John explores at Current.
Author Os Guinness pulls up a chair at Front Porch Republic. Hear the latest episode of the Brass Spittoon podcast here.