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Values Inequality - W. Bradford Wilcox

Charles Murray's new book Coming Apart demolishes the idea that the white working class remains the guardian of core American values like religious faith, hard work and marriage.   Read more...

Waving, Not Drowning - Roger Scruton

There are a hundred small-scale ways in which we can help the next generation not to fall completely into the trap that is being prepared for it.   Read more...

Ways out of the Christian ghetto - Joseph Weiler

A Jewish scholar reflects on what can reverse the retreat of Christians before militant secularism.  Read more...

We Are All Guilty - Theodore Dalyrmple

I was in New York when Lehmann Brothers collapsed and I was in Dubai when property prices fell there by fifty per cent in a week. I claim for my presence no causative relationship to these unhappy events, of course, but it did occur to me that I could start an investors’ newsletter, and charge for it, that consisted solely of my travel plans.  Read more...

We are inept - David Warren

My sermon today will be on "incompetence."   Read more...

We make the future, not the other way around - Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput - O.F.M. Cap.

We live more and more in a cocoon of knowledge-class opinion and prediction which is often wildly wrong. The tools of social science that undergird so much of modern expert opinion have great descriptive but not predictive value.   Read more...

We're Split - Dinesh D'Souza

The courts have become the place where some of the most important issues of American social and moral life are now settled.  Read more...

What Europe Really Needs - Paul Johnson

The Continent has turned its back on both the past and the future.  Read more...

What happens when you inherit your uncle’s underclothes - Paul Johnson

Just as the English have inspired supreme artistry in male dress, symbolised by Savile Row and Beau Brummell, so they have also contributed a dissenting movement of genteel shabbiness or grand nonconformity.  Read more...

What Harvard Finds Unfit to Print - Stanley Kurtz

In the ivory tower today, the idea that marriage is good is apparently considered an extremist notion.  Read more...

What has sawing a lady in half to do with global warming? - Paul Johnson

At this time of year, exactly 70 years ago, I was taken to my first exhibition of professional conjuring.  Read more...

What rhymes with ‘I was wrong’? - Barbara Kay

Renowned Canadian poet David Solway once embraced the received wisdom of the left-wing intelligentsia — then came 9/11.  Read more...

What the meek inherit - David Warren

You wince, and turn away. It is the natural human reaction.   Read more...

What the temptations on the high mountain mean today - Paul Johnson

What are the salient evils of our time? They are two-fold.   Read more...

What's a Layman to do in the Brave New World - Zenit

The most profoundly threatening dystopia for the future is not the brutal totalitarianism sketched in George Orwell's novel '1984,' but the mindless, soulless authoritarianism depicted in Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World'  Read more...

What's in It for Me? - Charles Colson

On Monday, the House of Representatives surprised its leaders, the administration, and, most of all, the financial community by rejecting the agreed-upon financial rescue plan.  Read more...

What’s So Good About America - Dinesh D’Souza

Behind the physical attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon was an intellectual attack — an assault not just on American foreign policy but also on the principle of freedom. We have failed so far to effectively answer the strongest version of this Islamic critique. Here is the argument that Americans should be making to people in the Islamic world.   Read more...

What’s So Great About Catholicism - H.W. Crocker III

With its divine foundation, sanction, and mission, nothing could be more glorious than the Catholic Church. But, of course, many people — even many baptized Catholics — don’t see it that way.  Read more...

When Psychotherapy Replaces Religion - James Davison Hunter

When it comes to the moral life of children, the vocabulary of the psychologist frames virtually all public discussion.  Read more...

When Tolerance Trumps Truth - Donald De Marco

When Christ told his disciples that his teaching provided them with a liberating truth (“You will know the truth and the truth will set you free”), he was, at the same time, offering a blueprint for a liberal education.  Read more...

Where in the World is the Spirit Moving? - Dwight Longenecker

Not long ago a friend of mine was lamenting the state of religion in Britain and Europe. 'The Muslims are invading' he said. 'With our declining birth rate Christian culture in the West will be dead within fifty years.  Read more...

Where Is the Virtue? - Anthony Esolen

Our culture has become soft. We suppose that sex is too trivial to require virtue, yet we also believe it is so significant that to suggest any restraint upon its consensual exercise is an affront to the most important fount of human dignity.  Read more...

Where the 20th Century Happened - George Weigel

The 20th century happened in Cracow.  And the answer to the 20th century was given there, too.  Read more...

Where the Church Draws the Line on Drugs - Zenit

A new Church manual calls for a continued fight on drugs on all fronts.   Read more...

While Europe Slept - Jean Bethke Elshtain

In the great cathedrals in Europe, a few people -- usually elderly women -- can be found at worship. Everybody else is a tourist, cameras hanging around their necks, meandering through.  Read more...


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