Josh Barro: “Stamp Out” Those Who Disagree with LGBT Advocates

My friend Andrew Walker and I just wrote a piece for National Review entitled “‘Stamp Them Out’: On Josh Barro and the New Sexual Moralism.” Here’s what it’s about: Last night, New York Times reporter Josh Barro tweeted out a disturbing message: “Anti-LGBT attitudes are terrible for people in all sorts of communities. They linger and oppress, and we need to stamp [Read More...]

Eric Metaxas: “We Need Heroes Very Desperately”

Just yesterday I caught sight of a great National Review interview with Eric Metaxas on men. You should read the whole (very funny) thing, and you should buy his new book, 7MEN. Here’s a swatch from the interview: LOPEZ: What was your goal and what do you think you accomplished in Seven Men? METAXAS: I wanted to begin [Read More...]

The Last Day of William F. Buckley

The conservative leader William F. Buckley died five years ago yesterday. National Review, the magazine he founded, just published several articles on his life and legacy. I appreciated one from his friend Larry Perelman that described Buckley’s final night on earth. It seems to sum up a good bit of Buckley’s personality and liveliness. Here’s a [Read More...]


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