The Storming of the US Capitol reveals a shift from a primarily conservative and faith-driven religious right to an increasingly revolutionary and post-religious right.
Tobias CremerJanuary 27, 2021
Polarization in the United States in recent years has both increased in intensity and transformed into a different type. These changes, in my view, are very dangerous for the future of the Republic.
Mark L. HaasJanuary 18, 2021
Perhaps the best description of the episode last comes from the Germans. It was a “putsch”: a disorganized, somewhat symbolic strike against legal authority, usually with a rightwing inflection.
Samuel GoldmanJanuary 11, 2021
The lines have indeed been drawn, and I welcome you to join me in choosing the side of the Constitution, the rule of law, and the ideals of American democracy.
Paul D. MillerJanuary 8, 2021
Pure partisanship—or political sectarianism—consists of commitment to an uncontested view of reality and fidelity to one’s ideological compatriots over the whole of one’s polity. Christian realists should not be such partisans.
Debra EricksonDecember 22, 2020
Chinese Communist Party propagandists are mocking the American election and deriding it as inferior to the Chinese system. They’re wrong.
Rebeccah HeinrichsNovember 6, 2020
The “europeanization” of American politics, far from a reason to rejoice, should be the occasion for wailing and gnashing of teeth.
H. David BaerMay 23, 2020
Al Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, recently declared that he was going to vote for Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election.
Daniel StrandApril 23, 2020
Colin Dueck’s “Age of Iron: On Conservative Nationalism” presents a sophisticated outlook on the future of Republican foreign policy.
Ionut PopescuFebruary 28, 2020
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