It appears that our most bitter political divisions are over what we all truly should consider morally outrageous.
"We must understand the difference between a classical and civic education, on one hand, and a progressive and 'global' one, on the other." Which way, Western man?
The Negative World calls for a vastly different strategy for the survival and flourishing of Christian institutions.
G.K. Chesterton once quipped that "we are fond of talking about 'liberty'" for the very reason that it "is a dodge to avoid discussing what is good." American Christians ought to beware of this temptation with regard to religious liberty, especially in light of their duty to be good citizens and good Christians.