Seeing it for the racket it is, a former White House speechwriter opts for the more saintly option.
Marlo Safi reports that while larger attacks on Christians in Egypt attract attention, smaller attacks are often left unnoticed by the media.
The Editors discuss the tyrannical proposals of Kamala Harris, the never-ending harassment of a Christian baker, and the implications of Trump’s Mexico tariffs.
The counterintuitive Kingdom of God requires us to reject the world’s methods with confidence in God’s wisdom and sovereignty.
Police often act more as bystanders than individuals tasked with protecting Egyptian citizens, especially Copts.
This should be addressed with whatever legal and political means are necessary to bring it to a stop.
It’s libertarians vs. moralists, and it could fracture the movement.
Our contemporary gender ideology will eventually be judged by its consequences.
Half a century ago, Brent Bozell was already saying that conservatives should elevate values above liberty.
The entire Catholic Magisterium should not be subject to the modish preferences of current and future occupants of the Petrine office.