‘Carlos Danger’ and the High Cost of Cheap Grace

 

Cheap grace is the grace we bestow on ourselves. [Read more...]

Men and Women are the Same — Except when Women are Better

A recent New York Times article makes a fascinating claim: the females make males more generous, brothers who have sisters are more sympathetic, and corporate execs who have baby girls are less tight-fisted than execs who have bouncing baby boys. [Read more...]

“Newsroom”: Like Watching the Inner Lives of People who Hate Me

I sat down with my laptop, a cup of coffee, and a little trepidation for Newsroom, HBO’s drama about Will McAvoy (played by Jeff Daniels), an anchorman who apparently — in the first season — decided to save network news by telling the truth and covering only “important” stories. [Read more...]

Three Observations About the Left and Civility

Even as I chuckled at Ian’s post about Democratic hysterics over the farm bill, I realized that the leftist response is no laughing matter. [Read more...]

“Good Abortions,” “Bad Abortions,” and the Battle for Truth

I was paging this morning through Megan McArdle’s blog (she’s apparently transitioning from The Daily Beast to Bloomberg View) and ran across this brief post asking “why are all of the essays on abortion so sad?” [Read more...]


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