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Our Public Square Lacks An Understanding Both Religion and Political Thought.

Reason and Revelation. Athens and Jerusalem. Natural Right and Natural Law. Justice, Prudence, and the Common Good.

Journalists, writers, public intellectuals, and academics today are often either ignorant or hostile to the most important questions we discuss here.

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18 minutes

The Green Zone Plan

To beat coronavirus, get Americans back to living natural lives.

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How to Take Back Your Soul

At the National Conservative Conference, a vision of Christian humanism.

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13 minutes

One More For The Road

What is the Bedrock of Being? (A reply to Alex Priou.)

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11 minutes

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Liberalism Debates

It’s Public Political Philosophy, Not Public Policy.

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14 minutes

Can Conservatism Be Conserved?

When the war against wokeness is over, our common culture could be history.

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15 minutes

The Babylon Bee: An Interview with Kyle Mann

The Editor-in-Chief of the viral satire website tells his story, addresses factchecking controversies, and explores the philosophy of the Bee.

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15 minutes

The Global Community is a Fantasy

Detractors of nationalism indulge in dreamcasting over statesmanship.

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It’s the Child Abuse, Stupid

Reform, not Twitter, is what the Church needs.

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Wat iz Bronze Age Mindset?

Any critique of the online right needs a full understanding of its ethos.

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BAP’s Bait and Switch

The dissident Right has no idea where it’s going, but it knows it wants to get there fast.

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“And You Call Yourself a Christian?”

How Liberals Trick Republicans into Ceding the Moral High Ground.

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Kanye Actually Did It

Blinking in disbelief, Christians are realizing that “Jesus Is King” means what it says.

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Which Way, Jester Man?

In a collapsing age, humor and spirit alone won’t do us justice.

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10 minutes

Bill Barr Gives a Speech

Appraising Attorney General Barr and his critics.

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13 minutes

Go Westphalian, Young Man

Resurgent national sovereignty movements are back and validated by expanding electoral mandates.

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How Customizable Should a Human Be?

Technology is raising fundamental questions that we’re not ready to answer.

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12 minutes

Liberalism: Mend It, Don’t End It

We don’t need a revolution to find political redemption.

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10 minutes

As the Electoral College Goes, So Goes the Constitution

Plebiscitary democracy will almost certainly bring much sharper ideological, geographical, racial, and religious divisions.