The strength of America is rooted in her written Constitution, as well as the unwritten one carried within the hearts of her people.
American universities have left their most important job to their athletics departments.
The cover art for vintage pulp fiction had the virtue of acknowledging the centrality of sin even while exploiting it.
The American republic needs more leaders like ancient Rome’s Cato the Younger, not its dictator Julius Caesar.
There is a kind of willful obliviousness to character that is unseemly no matter which side of the political spectrum embraces it. It’s prominent in both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s campaigns.
The same factors that are destroying Europe are at work in the United States, but their downfall can once again be our opportunity to arise.
Empathy is great, when it’s connected to things that deserve pity and concern. When it goes postal, so do we.
Economist Jeffery Sachs says Pope Francis will find a consumerist, vice-addled, selfish America. He’s wrong.
Technology and capitalism may have given us more comfort and power than we can handle.
The hit FX series ‘Justified’ displays our new conception of manhood. It’s still heavy on derring-do, but lighter on commitment and virtue.
Libertarians and conservatives must join hands to protect the Constitution, or lose it.
It is time we get over the outdated notion of being ashamed of shame.
Freedom means the freedom to drink alcohol, do drugs, and put stupid slogans on your license plate holder.
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