AOC is the new politician that the right loves to hate, and her Green New Deal is a favorite punching bag. Once their arms are tired, what can the right […]
Pro-life Methodists made their annual trek to the United Methodist Building in association with the March for Life. John was there and writes about it here.
John was approached by “On Being” to pen a piece on life as a Christian/Conservative/Treehugger. Here it is.
Brett Kavanaugh at first seemed an unlikely wedge issue (at least beyond what any Supreme Court nominee would be in these days when “the nine” have enshrined themselves as a […]
Wendell Berry’s writings on higher education led to a book which led to a book review, here, at First Things. Perhaps, the timing of this long delayed piece is fitting. It […]
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 […]