By Tom Venzor, Crisis Magazine - Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger identifies a fundamental experience of modern society: a “deep and prevailing sense of dissatisfaction” with the world. The antidote to this problem—according to modern society—is found in politics, for “the general consensus is that the essential task of politics is to improve the world, indeed to usher in a new world.”
By Craig Bannister, CNSNews - Media Research Center President Brent Bozell said: “Protesting the National Anthem not only distracts from the sport that pays these players millions but, more importantly, disrespects the men and women of the military who risk their lives to allow them that opportunity. This is a spectacle designed to score political points, and the public is sick and tired of it.”
By Patrick J. Buchanan - The question NFL owners are going to have to answer soon with a definitive “yes” or “no” is this: Do players, before games, have a right, as a form of protest, to dishonor and disrespect the flag of the United States and the republic for which it stands? Or is that intolerable conduct that the NFL will punish?
By Julia D. Hejduk, The Witherspoon Institute - The essential question to ask is this: How can we make it more attractive, and more beneficial to everyone, for women facing unwanted pregnancy to choose to carry their babies to term?