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Kavanaugh's Nomination

As the controversy grew around Brett Kavanaugh allegedly committing sexual assault on multiple occasions in the 1980s, one crucial bit of context was missing in the media coverage: Kavanaugh is not presently being charged with a crime (if he was, he would enjoy a slew of constitutional rights such as the presumption of innocent until proven guilty). 485 more words

Brett Kavanaugh

Sermon For Rosh HaShanah Morning - "The Boundaries We Must Defend"

This past summer, my son Ari worked as a broadcaster for the Duluth Huskies – a minor-league baseball team.  There were lots of reasons to love the Huskies.  2,802 more words

The Lazy GOP & Conservative Media Almost Cost Us Our Nation

My political activism began, as is the case for many Americans, with me yelling at my TV. Only I wasn’t yelling at the people with whom I disagreed. 1,250 more words

Jonah Goldberg Fires at Me, Somehow Shoots Own Foot

Last month, I called out Jonah Goldberg’s foolish Twitter declaration that “you can support abortion and still be a conservative” at LifeSiteNews, and reacted here… 2,170 more words

Civilizing the Barbarians

In the words of Hanna Arendt:

Every generation is invaded by barbarians—we call them “children.”

From where I sit, that resonates. Especially since my three-year-old just ran through the kitchen like a tiny, unclad Gaelic warrior screaming “Captain Underpants!”

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The 'Respectable' Right's Collusion Bait-and-Switch

As I’ve been saying for a long time now, NeverTrump’s nonstop wailing about the supposedly declining integrity of the conservative movement might be easier to take at face value if they themselves didn’t lie all the time. 737 more words

The Enlightenment Wars

by David Ottlinger

There was a time, I remember it distinctly, when I felt that having opinions on the Enlightenment put me very much in the minority. 3,016 more words

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