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.
Steve Bannon is firing up his “weapons” to take on anyone in the GOP not named Steve Bannon (or Ted Cruz, who oddly gets a pass too). Unfortunately, the Religious […]
Is was a doable thing that was not done. Does the GOP leadership really want results or just another issue to fire up the base? I explore the recent failure […]
Michael Cromartie was a friend to many, and I was fortunate enough to be included in those happy masses. His was a life of grace in action. I reflect on […]
John debuts at the Christian Post with a piece examining the Trump effect on American Christianity. Are we forgetting what rule-book matters most?
I return to the Front Porch, musing about my laundry. Read it here.
Trump’s anything but sweet tweets have me wondering when (if ever) his once reluctant supporters (turned boosters) will sour on him. Here in the Stream.