Recently I ordered a copy of Naomi Wolf’s The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, COVID-19 and the War Against the Human, and began the book the day it arrived.
Like you who are reading my words, I lived …READ MORE
Protesting parents showing up at school-board meetings is one of the new scenes in our cultural landscape in recent months. COVID policies and gender propaganda are big on the list of things parents oppose, but the teaching of critical race …READ MORE
Church was crowded, and I ended up, as I often do, sitting near the back. Just as Mass began, I glanced over my shoulder, as I also often do, to see whether some elderly person or pregnant mom might need …READ MORE
I was a bit jarred by a recent American Greatness article about how Republicans are bleeding white college graduates to those on the progressive left. I should’ve known this stuff is happening—I’ve seen it firsthand with those I love.
The …READ MORE
Censorship is a perennial bogeyman. We see traces of it here or there, but it never seems real … until it lands on the doorstep, forcing you to look it in the face, as I did once again this morning.…READ MORE
“Who’s there?” That challenge by a guard at Elsinore Castle is the first line in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
“Who’s there?” is a question that pervades the play. We in the audience ask each of the play’s main characters—the ghost of …READ MORE