I am convinced that Dante's poem, one of the greatest artistic achievements of Christian civilization, can help contemporary Christians escape their own personal dark wood, no matter what their tradition.
With less than 70 days to go before the Export-Import Bank’s charter expires, the countdown on determining the 80-year-old’s agency is underway. To push Congress... Read More The post Lawmakers Call on Export-Import Bank Supporters to Lobby Capitol Hill appeared first on The Daily Signal.
No part of our culture wars draws more heat than same-sex marriage. It is therefore noteworthy when vituperative tactics get so extreme that some members... Read More The post Are Liberals Finally Rallying to Save Liberty? appeared first on The Daily Signal.
An Oregon administrative law judge recommended today that the bakers who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding should be fined $135,000. “[T]he... Read More The post State Says Bakers Should Pay $135,000 for Refusing to Bake Cake for Same-Sex Wedding appeared first on The Daily Signal.
Washington is currently debating the wisdom of a new free-trade pact, the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which seems to have some advantages and disadvantages. But in principle, there’s really not much debate at all: Economists and Americans as a whole seem to support free trade pretty strongly. Harvard professor Greg Mankiw writes about the economist consensus: […]
Florida governor Rick Scott filed suit against the Obama administration last week on the grounds that the feds are trying to coerce his state into expanding Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. The bludgeon of choice: threatening not to renew billions of dollars in funding to pay hospitals for providing care to low-income uninsured patients. It so happens […]
Throughout the last year former Middle East peace processor and Obama foreign policy staffer Dennis Ross has been sounding a note of caution about the nuclear talks with Iran. But after sober reflection, the veteran diplomat is endorsing the weak nuclear deal that has yet to be put to paper. But despite Ross’s optimism about […] The post Why the Iran Nuclear […]
The Armenian genocide, the centenary of which is marked today, is a wound that has yet to close, perhaps because of the lack of official recognition by some Western countries. So it’s encouraging, as well as interesting from a geopolitical perspective, to note that there are rumors that Israeli President Ruby Rivlin will officially recognize […] The post Isr […]
A few days into the Clinton Cash scandal and apologists for Hillary and Bill are starting to retreat. After days of focusing on smearing author Peter Schweizer, the investigative reports of the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and now Fox News have made it harder to dismiss the discussion about the connection between […] The post Clinton Cash and Cir […]