How stronger antitrust enforcement and the Build Back Better bill can help to save the newspaper business.
Today on ABC’s This Week, Republican consultant Alex Castellanos made a frighteningly good point in Republican nominee Donald Trump’s favor: two thirds of people say the country is on the wrong track – and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is the candidate of status quo. The Democrats on the panel mostly argued: yeah, but Trump is… Read more »
Did the Founding Fathers want a strict separation of church and state? Yes. Did they want the government to actively support religion? Er, yes. That too. The problem is, it depends on which Father you?re talking about. For instance, as president, John Adams instituted highly religious, national fasting days. But when Jefferson became president he… Read more »
I was thinking about the readers who suggested that I had been unfair in claiming a liberal hostility to evangelical Christianity. Fair point, I thought. I probably should have said “many liberals” rather than caricaturing liberalism per se. But as I was crafting the words for a correction, I came across this passage from “The… Read more »
As I noted in my Monthly piece, the one group that would surely oppose the approach taken by many 21st evangelicals is 18th century evangelicals. They were eloquent and fierce supporters of separation of church and state. I know many people will read that Monthly article as further evidence of the hypocrisy of modern evangelical… Read more »