Collin Brendemuehl: Jonah Goldberg’s work is useful. It’s a little short-sighted in its rejection of Burke. He paints a proper picture of the swamp. He understands the problem of Marx and Darwin in politics. And he clarifies the conservative principle well that economic class is mutable.
Eleven states allow the Bible to be taught as literature in their public schools, with Kentucky being one of the most recent. Should a bill, HF 2031, introduced in the Iowa House on Wednesday pass into law Iowa would join that number.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss what theological and cultural contributions the Protestant Reformation gave to the Church and Western Civilization.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers host Dr. Calvin Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance and Congressman Steve King.
Those who don’t learn history are doomed to repeat it. Don’t forget the lesson of the Reichstag during Nazi Germany.
1. New York Post: “Time for a ‘Summit’—on Sexism” by Kirsten Powers NOW that we’ve had a beer summit on race, how about a wine summit on sexism? In the latest edition of an online feature called "Mouthpiece Theater," Washington Post political reporter Dana Milbank attempted a joke about what kind of beer Hillary Clinton […]