From the Blog

The coronavirus is exposing our world of pleasure. Is there hope it still has a soul?

April 23, 2020

I gladly leave it others to theorize on the causes of the present health and economic crises and their eventual solutions. Here, I offer some thoughts on what we might be learning about ourselves, individually and collectively…

Read More

Elizabeth Warren and liberalism ridicule the defense of marriage. Are you cool with that?

March 18, 2020

Though Elizabeth Warren’s candidacy is over, it’s worth remembering a quip that was something of a high point of her run. When asked by the head of a certain “Human Rights Campaign” what should we say to an “old-fashioned” supporter who was against gay marriage, Warren was ready with a reply that speaks volumes…

Read More

On Mitt and Mike: Statesmanship and the party of the angels

February 12, 2020

Partisan ugliness has never been more apparent than in the polarity of reactions to Sen. Mitt Romney’s vote to convict President Trump of “abuse of power.” Almost everyone deplores the reaction — of the other side. Unfortunately, we do not rise above party by deploring the partisanship of those we despise. The blindest and most… Continue reading On Mitt and Mike: Statesmanship and the party of the angels

Read More