WASPs tended to identify themselves as uniquely positioned guardians of the nation’s heritage. As their cultural influence had begun waning by World War I, their spokesmen resorted with greater ferocity to a crusading mindset to bolster their influence.
Jeffrey CimminoJuly 20, 2022
Chairman Mark Milley’s comments embracing the taxonomy of critical race theory as explanatory categories are dangerous because he is powerful.
Aaron WoodallJuly 16, 2021
John McWhorter’s new serially published book on antiracism is a self-described extended editorial in which the avowed atheist seeks to make sense of a political ideology by characterizing it as a religion that is bad for the world in the exact manner in which he understands all religions to be bad.
Anthony M. BarrJune 11, 2021
In this episode of Marksism, Mark Tooley and Marc LiVecche discuss Dan Strand’s Christian Realist perspective on the George Floyd verdict, a critical review of Jemar Tisby’s The Color of Compromise, and Ian Speir’s review of Andrew Walker’s Liberty for All.
Mark Tooley & Marc LiVeccheApril 23, 2021
The Color of Compromise ostensibly promotes a radical new way of approaching politics that rethinks everything about evangelicals and political engagement. But if you can look past Tisby’s critique of conservatism, all of the fundamentals of popular evangelical political thinking in the post-war era are still at work.
Timothy CutlerApril 22, 2021
Imperfect justice is the best we can hope for in this life because we are not promised more than this. Until the reign of righteousness is brought about, we must be satisfied with this all-too-imperfect justice, looking forward to the day when all justice will be brought to judgment.
Daniel StrandApril 21, 2021
Marc LiVecche, Derryck Green, and Keith Pavlischek continue their conversation on race, the church, and politics.
Marc LiVecche & Derryck Green & Keith PavlischekApril 9, 2021
Marc LiVecche, Derryck Green, and Keith Pavlischek discuss a recent poll from Pew Research about the Black church and spirituality in America.
Marc LiVecche & Derryck Green & Keith PavlischekMarch 26, 2021
Here’s my talk with Brown University economist Glenn Loury, a self-professed “contrarian” on ‘woke’ culture, for which he was recently…
Mark Tooley & Glenn LouryJuly 18, 2020