By Pete Spiliakos, First Things - A rhetoric of national solidarity must be attached to an agenda of national solidarity… One place to start would be to think of this politics as one of reciprocalsolidarity. Americans—all Americans—have responsibilities to each other as Americans. For America’s businesses, that might mean low taxes and regulation, at least compared to what the Bernie Sanderses and Hillary Clintons of the world want.
By David North, CNSNews - It is good news that the nation is starting to pay some attention to the peculiar priority given in the immigrant-selection process to relatives of earlier migrants — chain migration… The blunter, older term — nepotism — might be used in this connection, but rarely is.
By Msgr. Charles Pope - Something tells me that ministry is about providing answers and setting forth doctrine. I am convinced that, because teaching and insisting was at the heart of Jesus’ ministry and “pulling” people to Father through faith was His deepest desire for us, my ministry should be no less.
By Robin Koerner, The Stream - The true masculine, or the “sacred masculine” if you prefer, is kind, honest, controlled, disciplined, heroic, protective, strong, rational, and even clever. Throwing out the baby of masculinity with the bathwater of disrespect is absolutely the last thing we need to be doing...