As a political theory for rational, autonomous adults, liberalism has no place for the dependent and disabled, against whom Western liberal nations are engaged in a quiet genocide.
Ben Domenech interviews Michael Brendan Dougherty on the Federalist Radio Hour about what it means to find identity in cultural heritage.
If Americans resist the urge to huddle in niches and use entertainment for validation and pleasure, they will continue progressing towards a brighter future with stronger communities.
His win at the Masters this past weekend is a good reminder to us all that no matter how far we fall—or how flawed we are—we can all be redeemed.
In ‘Love Your Enemies: How Decent People Can Save America From the Culture of Contempt,’ Brooks writes that treating political enemies with contempt is not only inadvisable, but dangerous—for ourselves and others.
What does cultural impact look like in an era of proliferating niches, where the metrics are murky?
To believe that Christ is your savior, you have to believe he has saved you from something, which sinners will never understand if Mama Church keeps telling Papa God to have a Snickers every time he’s acting a little too Old-Testamenty.
Would our schools have prepared Abraham Lincoln to give us the Gettysburg Address or Second Inaugural? Do they aspire to?
The racially entangled hoaxes involving Jussie Smollett, and Atticus Finch, show our cultural zeitgeist is choosing tribalism before tolerance.
The terms self-supremacy and self-supremacist capture the intent and the ultimate agenda of power elites. Self-supremacists are, quite simply, control freaks.
From New York to Virginia to Colorado to California, the lamps are going out all over America: and we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime, unless we make a more serious effort.
What made Jewish and Christian faiths different from other faiths of the ancient world was their rejection of racial tribalism in favor of universal truths.
Andrew Heaton joins the Federalist Radio Hour to recap 2018, and make predictions for what this year’s political and cultural conversations will hold.
A survey of five of 2018’s most influential books for the New Year, which helped shed light on the rapidly changing cultural and political world around us.
On the big and small screens, new storytelling is losing its ability to saturate our culture and promote shared values.
This is a loss not only of the Bible or Christian faith but a severing of his connection to all the other aspects of a culture that ought to have been ours.
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