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Many workers have became no more than an interchangeable cog in a machine to their employer. They are paid as little as possible while conversely being forced to do as much work as possible for as long as possible in order to maximize profits.

Many workers have became no more than an interchangeable cog in a machine to their employer. They are paid as little as possible while conversely being forced to do as much work as possible for as long as possible in order to maximize profits.

"By What Authority" brings the period of the Tudor Terror to life in a way that is hardly possible in a non-fictional historical narrative. We get to know the characters as they come to terms with the tyrannous time in which they’re living.

There is a good reason why things get worse and not better for them who celebrate the abnormal.

A new book does a marvelous job explaining the cultural attack on the West in recent years, but it has a massive blind spot: a refusal to recognize the need for a traditional sexual constitution.

may we avoid the misery of headlines as much as possible and avail ourselves of the riches of the Western tradition, whose great authors and artists give glimpses of that Beauty, ever ancient, ever new.

Home, like Rome, is a “holy place,” and The Four Men is full of spiritual premonitions of “the character of enduring things” amid the decay of time.

The new documentary from conservative provocateur Matt Walsh exposes the contradictions and illogic of the transgender movement.

Top Gun: Maverick is a fun movie that asks an important question: Should America always be the one to come running when the U.N. calls, especially when it puts lives in grave danger? 

The Path to Rome by Hilaire Belloc is a work of humility and awe, of gratitude and hope, of faith and love.

Long before corporate America and the public school system were grooming children into adopting a rainbow way of life, Hugh Hefner was grooming generations into fornication and sexual debauchery.

In spite of being atheistic liberals, comedians Bill Maher and Ricky Gervais appear to be fed up with the latest lie of the sexual revolution, transgenderism.

Recent revelations about the Southern Baptists show that sexual abuse is not a “Catholic thing.” But it is a cultural thing and churches have been invaded by that culture of self-gratification that will take what it wants.

Most politicians are looking at the means or the opportunity behind mass shootings. Instead we need to change a culture that motivates such shootings.

Abominations like mass shootings lead us to look for causes in the form of racism, of guns, of media distortions, but we must resist the quick-draw realm of social media takes and their inability to distinguish between proximate and remote causes.

Abortion is a natural and necessary extension of the cult of liberated sexuality because sexuality, untethered from the moorings of community, family, and trust, increasingly loses coherence the more its paroxysms proliferate.

Half a century of mass-market feminism and women’s so-called empowerment has not made women happier

The culture wars may well be reflected with the release of the pro-life documentary "The Matter of Life." Rotten Tomatoes posts a 100 percent audience approval of the film—while Facebook banned the film’s posting of paid ads.

There are indeed such things as moral and immoral books, whether well written or badly written. Moral books show us ourselves and our place in the cosmos.

Is plastering pictures of half-naked, overweight women on billboards, posters, and magazine covers really going to change the hearts and minds of women who struggle with their self-image and the people who unfairly judge them?

The unborn child is strange and familiar at once. Set aside all the muddle of your fears and desires, your resentment, your self-opinion, your politics, whatever. Look at that child. That was you, that was me.

Whether modern pro-abortion advocates realize it or not, in essence their attachment to the slaughter of the unborn is an allegiance to Moloch.

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