Happy Tuesday!

At Postmodern Conservative , Peter Lawler thinks about the progressive rejection of the ACA and Pete Spiliakos draws a lesson from Nancy Pelosi and the media .

Maureen Mullarkey on El Greco : “It is one of the oddities of cultural history that this non-Spaniard, buried in an unknown grave and neglected for nearly three centuries, should have arisen in the late nineteenth century to displace even Velásquez as the glory of Spanish painting.”

Peter Leithart writes about Steven Pinker .

Dr. Boli teaches you childcare .

Here at First Thoughts , Dale M. Coulter is besieged by the bourgeois , Collin Garbarino defends the lecture , and B. D. McClay thinks a philosophical religion may be neither.

On the Square today, Tom Wilson brings our attention to Chagall’s crucifixion paintings, while Elizabeth Scalia wonders if we are really learning what Francis wants to teach us.

Articles by B. D. McClay

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