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Image-Obsessed: The NFL and Racism
Jimmy Kimmel, Millennials, and Obamcare
Humankind Cannot Bear Very Much Reality
What's Football Got To Do With Gay Marriage?
Vikings and Yik Yak – A WWU Student Speaks Out
What can the Super Bowl Teach us about Contemplation?
An Unknown, Burgeoning Debate
Law and Lawlessness
Same old promises in SOTU address
Bartlet v. Underwood
When an orthodox Catholic goes abroad
“Gimme Shelter”: The Pro-Life “Fight Club”
We don't need no education!
Acerbic Iconoclast
Are We All German Now?
Turns Out, Economic Mobility Isn't Decreasing
Celebrities and Incentives
The Modern Spirit of Europe
Please, Sir, Stand Still.
How to Defend Private Property
Songs for Mourning and for Hoping
Gazing Into The Abyss
The State of the Union and Anecdotal Evidence
Yes Aquinas Matters!
Prostitute, Mother of Six and Child of God
Toward a Freer Speech on Campus
A silver lining in the ASA boycott?
Whence Rape Culture?
Nobody Thinks About Anything
The State of the Union is . . . Alarming
Humanity Through the Photographer's Lense
Moving Toward Lawlessness
The Nature of the Mind
Mr. President, How Will We Work?
LEGO's Latest Foe
Confessions of a bibliophile’s Kindle conversion
3 Myths about “Irreligious” America, Busted
Aristotle, Tolkien, and Why You Should Watch the Super Bowl
If You Hate Valentine’s Day You Should Click on This
Where the Church of England Went Wrong
Heavenly Harmonies
The other side of Mitt Romney
Is Not Legislating Morality an Option?
Homeschooling Threatens Liberalism
The Fragility of History
Battlestar Galactica Revisited
Soviets at Rolling Stone
Top Ten Wasteful Spending Projects of 2015
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Does College Really Matter?
What ever happened to stickball?
Disturbing Social Commentary?
John Lukacs, Rekindling the Lamps of Civilization
'Experiments in Living'
Doomed to Repeat
Yes, You Should Care What Others Think
Libertarians vs. Liberal Learning
Bradley's Law
Historical Amnesia, Beglium's New Euthanasia Laws, and Imago Dei
Does Prayer Do Any Good Against Barbarism?
Respecting Life, Rejecting Life
Obamacare's Slimiest Side
Second Chances
The Music Industry’s Communist Love Affair
Of Popes and Publication
The Homeless Modern
Girls, Tokenism, and Identity Politics
The Pitfalls of “National Conversations”
The Secret Ingredient to the Life of Walter Mitty
Are Democrats Better Neighbors?
Dreaming of Star Wars
Media: Bias and Responsibility
What Does the Cult Have to Do with Culture?
Herbert Hoover’s Crusade Against Collectivism
Abortion’s Uncomfortable Truth
Forget Not the Sinner
Ferraris and the Conservative Impulse
Humanism
Don't Jump on the High-Speed Train Just Yet
Confusing Androgyny
BridgeGate and the Sopranos
University of Michigan: Do Not Divest from Fossil Fuels
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What It Looks Like to Fail (And Why You Should Too)
Calvin Coolidge: The Hipster’s Favorite President
Two Different Scandals, Two Very Different Responses
Cleanliness, Next To ...
iPhones, Earbuds, and the Implosion of Civilization
7 Books You Need to Read to Craft a Compelling Case for Liberty
The Unneccessary Necessity: Friendship Gives Value to our Survival
“Doing What You Love,” Obamacare Style.
HHS Contraception Mandate and the Little Sisters of the Poor
The Social Media Sinkhole
Conservatism and the Culture
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The Best Reading of T.S. Eliot
Law and Lawlessness, Redux
We Don’t Exist; We Study
Blowing Smoke: Liberals and Cigarettes
Evil: Misunderstood or Malevolent?
Get to Common Ground: What Leon Trotsky Teaches Us about Ideological Division in the Face of Evil
Onward, Despite the Blizzard!
The Tragic Vision vs. The Vision of the Anointed
A New Year's Resolution
Socrates Rises with Christ
An Unjust Law Is No Law At All: Excerpts from "Letter from a Birmingham Jail"
Transcendence
What Does Technology Even Mean?
“Christian-Libertarianism” Is Oxymoronic
Hipsters and Cigarettes
The Academics of Good Beer
Understanding The Man in the High Castle: How to Resist Ideology with Myth
The Last Acceptable Prejudice
Welfare Hurts Kids
NYTimes and Religious Liberty
Robots and Families
A spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down!
Our Dangerous Protagonist Love Affair