Anthony Esolen stands firmly in that great Catholic tradition of liberal learning. A college whose leadership is committed to that tradition would celebrate his contributions—it wouldn’t coddle his persecutors. Continue Reading »
A U.S. military handbook shows that the transgender issue is not about bathrooms. It is about the triumph of Psychological Man and the comprehensive reconstruction of the world on that basis. Continue Reading »
DeplorableIn his August/September column, “Bigot-Baiting,” R. R. Reno charges that the Democratic Party is largely a hodgepodge of various groups, tenuously allied, and that the precarious nature of these alliances requires a well-maintained persecution complex, lest those alliances dissolve. In . . . . Continue Reading »
♦ Early in July, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia issued a set of guidelines for implementing Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation on marriage and family, Amoris Laetitia. The document urges the Church’s pastors to recognize that Catholics today are often profoundly misled by the prevailing . . . . Continue Reading »
Basket of Deplorables. So canned and promiscuous a characterization does precisely what progressives such as Mrs. Clinton claim the bigots do: generalize and demonize others to the point of dehumanization. Continue Reading »
The next president will have troops of civil rights attorneys poised to enlighten the ignorant masses and to punish states and school districts for treating boys as boys and girls as girls.
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I can’t imagine a policy more irrelevant to the problems facing our society than bathroom privileges for transgender students. The bottom half of American society is collapsing. Voters are revolting against establishment candidates, casting doubt on the economic and cultural . . . . Continue Reading »