The journalist has treated empiricism as the highest political virtue. But what about idealism and love?
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Capitalism gets off easy these days. Its loud but underwhelming critics are stuck in the 1960s, repeating slogans that never quite amount to a compelling condemnation of the system. Proposing costly federal programs is all it takes to be considered an anti-capitalist radical. Take, for instance, . . . . Continue Reading »
We should defend the new Alabama law because it clarifies the moral stakes of abortion. Continue Reading »
Buying Gay: How Physique Entrepreneurs Sparked a Movement by david k. johnson columbia, 328 pages, $32 How did the gay liberation movement, so radical in the Stonewall days, come to make peace with corporate America? Conventional wisdom has it that after Stonewall, corporate and consumerist . . . . Continue Reading »
There’s a lot of hand-wringing in Washington over the dramas of the Trump administration, not to mention the tug-of-war over congressional seats and jobs in the bureaucracy. But when this period has passed and tomorrow’s conservatives look back on it, it may seem obvious to them that these were . . . . Continue Reading »
The Luther of Eric Metaxas's biography closely resembles the struggling young evangelicals Metaxas aims to inspire. Continue Reading »
The ground has been shifting at college campuses everywhere. But at my alma mater, nothing has changed more than campus conservatism. Continue Reading »