Novak on Romney Reloaded

From First Thoughts

Michael Novak has graciously responded to my post from yesterday about his endorsement of Mitt Romney. He clarifies that he does not mean to suggest that there is a Christian duty to support Romney because his Mormonism has become a subject of the campaign. Phew! But in his clarification, Novak . . . . Continue Reading »

A Most Curious Endorsement

From First Thoughts

Over at The Corner , Michael Novak has joined the National Review ‘s stampede into the arms of Mitt Romney by endorsing the former one-term governor of Massachusetts. The National Review editors make the curious case that Romney—who has, by my count, lost at least as many elections as he . . . . Continue Reading »

God on the Internet

From the December 2005 Print Edition

Even diligent students of the papacy may be unfamiliar with the pontificates of Michael and Pius XIII. Pope Michael, born David Bawden, was crowned on July 16, 1990. He has spent his papacy mostly at home, in Delia, Kansas, where he writes self-published books such as Imposter Popes and Idol Altars . . . . Continue Reading »