From comedy to politics to true crime to music, this list of podcast episodes covers a wide variety of topics.
Assistant editor Kylee Zempel and staff writer Chrissy Clark join culture editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ finale and wrap up the season.
We can especially feel an intense hostility towards the very idea of marriage that Saint Valentine represented: the union of one man and one woman, centered on Christ, and loyal until death.
Trans cycling champion Rachel McKinnon, who has called female competitors ‘losers,’ claims that ‘genital preferences’ are ‘transphobic.’
The word ‘monster’ comes from the Latin for ‘to warn.’ The idea is that a monster suggests something amuck in the cosmic order.
Technology, the sexual revolution, the breakdown of the family, and human sin have created the perfect storm that is now engulfing America’s kids.
Me Too started with a hashtag, then morphed into a trend of public humiliation, trial by media, and personal boycotts that altered the standards by which a person is judged.
As Mary Eberstadt’s ‘Primal Screams’ painfully illustrates, there is no such thing as ‘what happens in the bedroom stays in the bedroom.’ Private choices about sex have public consequences.
On the Federalist Radio Hour: Author Mary Ebserstadt makes the case that identity politics a direct result of the sexual revolution.
In her new book, Mary Eberstadt makes a compelling case that today’s identity politics are rooted in the sexual revolution, and the decline of the family.
The left’s influence on campus runs deeper than transgender pronouns and hateful bashing of our president. They also normalize sexual behaviors that destroy young men and women.
The best interest of children should be placed above any adult’s self-gratifying desire to experiment with parenthood as the opposite sex.
‘What they thought was an alternative society was basically a field full of six-foot-deep mud laced with LSD. If that was the world they wanted to live in, then f— the lot of them.’
The jaw-dropping account of the personal life of Harvard Law professor Bruce Hay is yet another morality tale about the utter chaos fueled by our late-term sexual revolution world.
We might look at the modern dating world and ask ourselves if this life of illusion that we are fighting so hard to preserve is one worth protecting at the price of innocent human lives.
From college campuses to our nation’s boardrooms, women try to pursue sex the way men often do: no commitment necessary. And they’re getting burned.
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.
Practical and enlightened as they are, most people care more about finding love than finding a good deal, and marriage beats cohabitation hands down.
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