Catholics and Postmodernity
What is needed today is an evangelically passionate Catholicism that poses a sharp contrast to the radical individualism and loneliness of postmodernity. Read More.
Movie Review: Gravity
EPPC Resident Scholar James Bowman reviews Gravity, a visually delightful film that is “well-worth seeing.” Read More.
Setting the Record Straight About the White Working Class
A new book about the political disposition of the white working class offers valuable electoral lessons for conservatives. Read More.
Krauthammer On Things That Matter
Charles Krauthammer’s new collection of essays reminds readers that politics can have profound human consequences. Read More.
Children as Commodities
The Council of the District of Columbia is considering a bill to legalize surrogate child-bearing in your nation’s capital. Read More.
Obama Disassociates from Reality
The Affordable Care Act is collapsing, and the president is frantically spinning. But he’s finding he can’t spin his way out of this problem. Read More.
Richard A. Posner’s Reflections on Judging
In his latest copy-and-paste compilation, Seventh Circuit judge Richard Posner somehow sees fit to republish his reckless smear of the recent book, Reading Law, co-authored by Justice Antonin Scalia and Bryan Garner. Read More.
What’s It Like to Torture Someone?
Grand Theft Auto V is not the first video game to feature torture scenes. But having broken the taboo against interactive torture scenes, it marks the beginning, not the end, of a troubling trend. Read More.
A Case for the Moral Consideration of Animals
The gap between the pro-life and pro-animal movements just narrowed again—and the returns down the road could be prodigious. Read More.
Assessing the Exchanges
The technical problems plaguing Obamacare’s rollout are substantial, but the lasting consequences for the health-care system remain to be seen. Read More.