The soaring arches of a cathedral and the high, pure voices of an English Christmas choir inspire Bill Whittle, Scott Ott and Stephen Green, to reflect on our inheritance in a western civilization that finds its fountain in immutable, enduring, divine principle.
Immigrants and others flood into formerly-Republican suburbs, a churn that turns red to blue. If demography is destiny, what can the GOP do? The New York Times profiles a typical voter who came here with Republican values, but turned to Democrats thanks to President Trump’s rhetoric about immigrants.
Because Christians can’t be viewed as victims, and must be seen as oppressors, Progressives brand them “Easter worshippers” in the wake of the the horrific church bombings in Sri Lanka. What are the roots of this apparently-coordinated verbal attack on the English language, and on the followers of Christ, by Leftwing political leaders?
How can the country come together if we can’t even agree across the political aisle about the institutions that form the foundation of a civil society? Bill, Scott, and Steve of Right Angle review a new Pew Research survey detailing public opinion regarding institutions such as the news media, academia, unions, and churches to better […]