Month: July 2022

  • Where are young men to go if college isn’t attractive?

    The value of a college degree may or may not be diminishing, but we’ve known for a few years now that there is a growing gender imbalance on college campuses. Colleges are attracting more women than men. Where are young men to go? One answer: into trades where they can integrate mind and body in […]

  • Radical hospitality as a response to abortion

    The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade triggered a wave of corporate pledges from Fortune 500 companies. Now that Roe is dead, states can go their own way on the issue of abortion. At least 26 states have or are moving in the pro-life direction, and the remainder are attempting a middle…

  • Clarity of vision and political regeneration

    Sohrab Ahmari writes on the threat that the New Right will be co-opted into the old right. In the wake of Roe v. Wade’s reversal, I think it’s worth considering what the old right has delivered culturally and politically. The answer that comes to mind is: accommodation. The reversal of Roe v. Wade was achieved…

  • Abortion does not treat pregnancy complications

    Dr. Christina Francis and Catherine Glenn Foster write in Newsweek that physicians can save pregnant women’s lives without abortion. I think this is an important piece, because it helps to clarify what abortion is. Abortion is a specific intervention whose direct and intentional purpose is to end the life of a preborn child. This is…

  • The right kind of change

    Peter Thiel once famously observed, “We wanted flying cars, instead we got 140 characters,” referring to Twitter. “We are no longer living in a technologically accelerating world,” Thiel said nearly a decade ago. “There is an incredible sense of deceleration.” Despite so much happening in the world of software and information technology, there has been…