Why, then, is President Donald Trump toying with such an idea?
There are two senses of the word and Never Trumpers’ intentions are very different for each.
Professional Islamophobe to some, truthsayer to others, Frank Gaffney’s found a new perch among the old gang.
Prominent gay priest and progressive theologian says clandestine gay networks are a big part of the problem
The latest from the Diocese of Lincoln, and a warning to conservatives tempted to avert their eyes
A parish priest is sick and tired of being made to suffer by bishops for their own failures
If Francis or a successor wants the Church to formally embrace homosexuality, that’s how he’ll do it
The Trump administration wants to shift the blame for their own inept negotiations by accusing the other side of breaching commitments that don’t exist.
The American Conservative is seeking an editorial intern to assist with writing, editing, and layout.
Philosophy undergirds, however unconsciously, everything that we do. So why have we tried to strip it of objective truth?
Victim’s open letter to bishop reveals the truth about an iconic Lincoln priest
Strangling a country’s economy in a bid to pressure its government to do what Washington wants is cruel, aggressive, and excessive.
There has already been enormous loss of life in Yemen that the official figures have obscured for years.
Doubling down on Washington’s manifestly failed Mideast strategy.
The case of Father Townsend, charges of clandestine homoeroticism, and a culture of cover-up
Sure, Sarah Jeong’s a bigot — but she’s a bigot for the left
One could argue he’s just a businessman with no commitment to sovereign peoplehood.
Western civilization will survive so long as our neighborhoods still have these mobile delights.
The president’s recent VFW appearance was supposed to be an easy win with his base. It was anything but.
But his policies are, in fact, right out of the standard GOP playbook.
It begins with the recognition of the inherent worth of the individual—but no one school has the corner on that market.
A new book reminds us of one of America’s most underrated elections—and of when funny shows were fun.
Is David Brooks openly flirting with the state-worship of this vexing 19th Century philosopher?
The me-first Millennial generation is thirsting for God. But how do you explain that to their liberal parents?
These attacks demonstrate the coalition’s blatant disregard for civilian lives.
The scourge of sexually corrupt clergy is not just a liberal thing. Ask this conservative former priest
When the U.S. is acting to suffocate Iranians with sanctions, it cannot credibly claim to be on their side.
California, and the nation as a whole, seem lackadaisical about tackling the problem.
But the establishment blob is looking a lot like the new McCarthyism.
The story shows that the U.S. can successfully rein in its reckless clients when it wants to.
It’s in unassuming towns like Ashtabula that we learn to love place and community.
Congress is doing little to curb this opaque authority, another rabbit warren in the military industrial complex.
We know that Trump is impulsive, has terrible judgment, and doesn’t think through the consequences of his decisions, so we can’t assume that his threats are just so much hot air.