The extraordinary victory of Donald Trump represents an abject failure of the American intelligentsia to understand the mood of the electorate. But will they resign? Fat chance.
US-born singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was named the winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature.
A journalist from the New York Times Magazine asks Pope Francis about the coming presidential elections in the USA.
Young adult men’s support for redefining marriage may not be entirely the product of ideals about expansive freedoms, rights, liberties, and fairness. It may be, in part, a byproduct of regular exposure to diverse and graphic sex acts.
In "Voiceless," Jocelyn Cruz and Rusty Joiner portray a couple inspired to act on their pro-life beliefs.
Planned Parenthood commits over 30 percent of America’s abortions—887 abortions a day, one abortion every 97 seconds, and over 320,000 abortions last year alone.
A rigorous new report finds that very little of contemporary “knowledge” in the area of human sexuality and gender is actually supported by strong scientific evidence.
An Australian counter-insurgency expert admits that there is no simple solution.
Book. Fox argues that the scene is set for institutions of learning to become “safe places.” Rather than being contexts for the exploration of dangerous ideas, they become an extension of the safety of home.
Interview. Erik Gandini's documentary makes an excellent and poignant portrait of the ever-present loneliness in Sweden. And while it's visually exquisite, the message of the film is pretty sad but also enlightening.
The Mayer Report on Sexuality and Gender is the largest medical-scientific Review in this subject. It does not include moral or philosophical considerations.
What Christians see in the saints is not just their good deeds. Mother Teresa’s were unstinting and bountiful, but she is not being canonized as a posthumous reward for “behaving like Mother Teresa”.
Olympic athletes have a unique opportunity every four years to inspire with their physical strength, graceful movements and mental stamina. This year many Olympians have added another attribute to be imitated by all: their strong Christian faith.
In spite of his triumphalist advertisement of fidelity to scientific fact, Obama has sacrificed the well-being of our nation’s youth on the altar of ideology.
The truth, though, is something else. Dear young people, we didn’t come into this work to “vegetate”, to take it easy, to make our lives a comfortable sofa to fall asleep on. No, we came for another reason: to leave a mark.
Political discussions in the public realm have become increasingly shallow: something more akin to a children’s mud fight than the rational discourse America’s founders hoped would characterize the civic life of the American republic.
My memories aren’t of frat parties, of slugging down drinks in games of quarters or beer pong, of losing my voice cheering at big football games, and of hearing how evil Western civilization is in the classroom.