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  • Woke Mob

    The Origins of Woke Madness

    It should be clear by now that truth is not a Woke value. Those on the far-left side of the political spectrum have made certain claims in recent years, including: [...]

  • Jerusalem

    Mary, a Model for Islam?

    Whatever else Pope Francis holds dear, vague notions of brotherhood and humanism—severed from any specifically Christian foundation—hold a certain pride of place. Pursuing those ideals apparently means sometimes it is [...]

  • Wilton Gregory

    When Race Doesn’t Matter

    It was only after I had begun Basic Training, courtesy of an offer from the U.S. Army I could not refuse, that I met my first black man. Well, maybe [...]

  • misinformation

    The Rabbit Hole of Critical Thinking

    Everything seems to be an existential threat nowadays—from racial, gender, economic and political inequalities, to climate change, to the coronavirus pandemic. However, if we have been paying attention to the [...]

  • Equality Act

    The Equality Act: Anti-Woman, Anti-Catholic

    While faithful Catholics are grateful for the statement last week from five of our bishops on the threats posed by the Equality Act, it is a bit too little and [...]

  • Charles Rice

    Following Charles Rice

    Six years ago this week, longtime Notre Dame law professor Charles Rice entered his eternal reward. Rereading his obituary now, and reflecting upon his enormous influence on me, I want [...]

  • Elderly

    Pushing the Elderly Out of Sight

    It is both an underappreciated detail and a morbid irony that, as it celebrates the presidential inauguration of a man nearing his ninth decade on earth, the American Left shows [...]

  • Bitcoin

    Why Catholics Should Care About Bitcoin

    It’s been a predictable cycle over the past few years: the price of Bitcoin rapidly rises, and news feeds are filled with Bitcoin-related articles. Heck, I even wrote one of [...]

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