Trump, Kaine, and more illusions

July 29, 2016 George Weigel 0

The following, instructive nugget comes from Times of London columnist Tim Montgomerie, writing in late July after a visit to a South Carolina evangelical church where he found delicious, post-service fried chicken – and Trump […]


Reversing the flight from the family

July 28, 2016 David J. Theroux 0

America is experiencing an unprecedented “flight from the family,” with a growing number of women neither marrying nor having children. Simultaneously over the past fifty years, the welfare state has experienced a gigantic expansion, and […]

Film & Music

“Ghostbusters”: Much Ado about Nothing

July 28, 2016 Nick Olszyk 0

MPAA Rating: PG-13 USCCB Rating: A-III Reel Rating: (3 out of 5 reels)    It has been a bit perplexing to watch and endure the gargantuan amount of hype surrounding the second go-around for Ghostbusters, most of it negative, […]