Rod Dreher wrote his latest book to relay to us the warnings of others about a looming soft totalitarianism in the West.
First there were kings and nobles and knights and peasants. While the kings had the power, and were supported by the knights, there was nothing much the peasants could do.
Who would have thought the New York Times would ever come out against the secular state?
From the infamous Boss Tweed of Tammany Hall notoriety of New York City in the late 19th century, to the present, council maladministration, if not outright corruption, has too often been co-driver with council governance.
As a Biden-Harris victory becomes apparent in the United States Presidential race it's well to consider the various stratum of voters and how they have determined the result.
Throughout much of the world there have been protests, in the name of freedom, against some of the steps taken by governments to stop the spread of Covid-19.
The tensions over the appointment of a new judge to the US Supreme Court should give us pause to consider the value of norms in our own political institutions.
Christopher Pyne recently penned an opinion piece enthusiastically embracing Joe Biden as the great white hope of the world, and denouncing Donald Trump.
Consequences, intended or otherwise, are irrelevant in determining the moral worth of an action.
The mechanisms of the free market were thought to be woven into the fabric of reality ie were part of God's plan for the universe.
However, for the most part, the best way conservatives can contribute to influence the mainstream political parties is to keep utilising public forums to inform the public of its ideas.
It does not explain everything, but it offers fresh insights into the way our modern, diminished politcs function.