Joe Biden was one of Jimmy Carter’s first supporters in the Senate, and at the time, the two saw abortion in much the same way. With the nomination of Xavier […]
With sadness I must report that The Stream has gone over the cliff. I had hoped that the outlet might come out of the Trump years (during which it went […]
Longtime NFL tight end and father of seven Benjamin Watson has used some of his football millions to fund a film that engages the abortion debate. In an age of […]
John interviews three “angels” from the organization Braver Angels about whether “red” and “blue” can talk to each other in our polarized political climate. Here on the Porch.
The nomination of ACB is neither a constitutional crisis nor fake news, but it has highlighted the low value we put on words. More here at First Things.
Danger abounds in the Trump era. The Donald provides plenty on his own, but his detractors can risk falling into the trap of seeing him as the “only” danger. When […]
There are plenty of things to knock Donald Trump about, but the recent media hysteria over his comments regarding Kamala Harris’s eligibility to be Vice-President seem misplaced. I explore the […]
As we remember our nation’s birth, 2020 presents us with yet another test. President Trump has given us plenty of reason to return home. John discusses a prodigal and politics […]
Both pro-life House Democrats representing solidly blue districts were targeted by progressives for purging. Congressman Henry Cuellar narrowly won in south Texas. Dan Lipinski narrowly lost in Chicago amid the […]
Impeachment dominates today and has many looking back on where we are and how we got here. John reviews two books (Alienated America and Red State Christians) at Front Porch […]