Long-suffering readers, I apologize for the infrequent posts as of late. It has been a busy time. The good news is there are a number of good things to share. I’m on The Dean Abbott podcast. The first is I was interviewed by fellow Patheos blogger, Dean Abbott for his podcast about my book, Man of the House. I think it went pretty well. You can listen to it right here: I’ve been asked to speak at the next Touchstone… Read more

What follows are the reflections of a high school senior on the national gun violence walkout by public school students. I’ve not published his name, although he gave me permission to do so. That was my editorial decision. – A few weeks ago, my school, RHAM High School, participated in the nationwide demonstrations against the senseless violence that occured at Parkland, Florida in February. Most high schools in Connecticut, from what I’ve been hearing from classmates, had some sort of… Read more

What follows are some concluding remarks to a talk I am delivering at Eastern Nazarene College tomorrow (4/5/18). The whole talk will hopefully be published somewhere in the near future. Preachers rarely excel at writing fiction. Not many try, but those who do are often accused of preaching under false pretenses. (For atheists preachers do nothing but produce fiction–we’re the greatest story-tellers of all time. But you know that’s not what I’m getting at.) Now, I think most of us… Read more

Mrs. William Jefferson Clinton often says more than she means to say. Such was the case in India the other day. She said something to the effect that women who vote Republican are in the thrall of the men in their lives, implying that her politics, naturally, serves their interests better. If only men would stop pushing these women around they’d vote for her and people like her. That’s deplorable, many conservative women have been saying since, and stating in… Read more

I don’t hate public schools because I am a Christian, I am a Christian, in part, because I have always hated public schools. Before I go any further, I must say I have known many public school teachers and many of them are wonderful people. But almost without exception these teachers have been kept from sharing what makes them wonderful. They’ve had their mouths taped shut, and their hands tied, by secular bureaucrats and the NEA. Back to me. From kindergarten… Read more

First, if you want to reach men, it helps to be a man. Read more

I’ve come to see that Harry Potter truly is a Trojan Horse in one respect–and it’s pretty damning. Read more

If you know who Jack Donovan is, you don’t need me to explain what I’m getting at with the title of this post. If you have no idea what it means, keep reading. Read more

If you turn children into expensive hobbies don’t be surprised when people stop having them. Read more

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