When the Communists Murdered a Priest
Editor’s note: This article first appeared at The American Spectator.
It was October 19, 1984—30 years ago this week. A gentle, courageous, and genuinely holy priest, Jerzy Popieluszko, age 37, found himself in a ghastly spot that, though it must … More>
American Boots on the Ground: A Moral Basis
Americans can see or hear about dozens of terrorist acts every day. They can tune in to their favorite TV shows or go to the local cinema and be bombarded with violence and mayhem endlessly. Perhaps these events should be … More>
A Free-Market Economist’s Take on Ken Burns’ “The Roosevelts”
By now, you’ve probably seen or heard about Ken Burns’ 14-hour documentary on the three most famous Roosevelts: Theodore, Franklin, and Eleanor. I have to confess that I almost didn’t watch it.
There were two reasons for my reluctance. First, I am … More>