Suspicious Minds: Tougher Questions for Bill Keller & The New York Times
Critical thinking is more eschewed by secular absolutists, or liberals, than those with a questioning Christian worldview.
Dangerous Influences: The New Yorker, Michele Bachmann, and Me
The writer of the hit profile piece on a most provocative presidential candidate needs to break free of his Dominionism obsession. It makes his fragile and defensive worldview hard to miss.
The Left’s Lesson In “Civility”
Ideological warfare by other means.
Obama’s “Christian Label” and the War against Nativity Scenes
A world and a God that really matters.
Jingle Bell Jihad: O Come, All Ye Terrorists
The ‘war on Christmas’ is not just a secular agenda.
Give Thanks! Time’s View of Marriage Is Obsolete
Marriage is innately tied to freedom, and neither are obsolete.
America Will Never Be Free until the Last Liberal Is Strangled in the Entrails of the Last Bureaucrat
Secularization is the result of an intentional, self-interested struggle for cultural authority.
The Adversary President: Obama vs. America
Obama fits best what scholars call the, ‘adversary culture.’ Alienated from and hostile to Western society and its fundamental features.
Sex, Lies, and Secularism
The hookup culture assumes that we are fragmented beings, that selfhood is separable from sexuality.
Superman vs. Zombies in the Classroom
Politically correct classrooms are turning students into cadres of self-absorbed reactionaries, taking orders from the latest faddish theorist.