A program that once embraced difficulty—even danger—has traded its soul for happy helicopter parents and freedom from liability.
Thankfully, we have a bastion of religious orthodoxy to make sure that President Trump’s appointees walk the straight and narrow.
In only a way that government bureaucracies seem able to do, instead of aligning their work with actual happiness data, they redefined happiness to justify the work they’re already doing.
Here’s how a well-meaning constitutional conservative can empathize with panicking leftist friends without encouraging the doomsday scenarios they seem so keen on promoting.
Black Lives Matter is explicitly anti-cop and, if you think anything else, you’re just not listening to them.
North Carolina’s law does not ban people from using bathrooms that do not match their birth sex. It does so only for public facilities, leaving businesses free to choose.
North Carolina’s new bathroom law will force transgender women who look like men into women’s restrooms. Really, this should be each business owner’s decision.
Merle Haggard’s verses are filled with the sort of wisdom that only comes from living hard in a free country where he was able to make lots of choices—some good and some very bad.
Hillary supporters’ gender choices are limitless. Their policy interests, apparently not so much.
No matter what you think about the relative importance of football and water, the important things in life are best delivered through a robust, competitive private sector.
It’s fashionable to emphasize Pope Francis’s leftist-sounding statements. But that’s not all he says.
Pope Francis cares about both material and spiritual poverty. Many Americans, like me, are financially comfortable but spiritually destitute.
Racism in America is much more complicated than the namby-pamby version I learned in my civics classes, and than race narratives from Left or Right.
In his new encyclical, Pope Francis praises business but criticizes economies of scale. That doesn’t make any sense.
Behold the unconscious privilege we postmoderns enjoy.
We can’t fix evil like cop shootings by trying to pin it on each other. Instead, we all need to do the hard work of reconciliation.
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