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How to Win the Culture War by Peter Kreeft

In a great talk by the incomparable Peter Kreeft, he uses the voice of CS Lewis’s Screwtape to provide commentary on the current culture war. What ensues is brilliant (and often libertarian) Catholicism. Enjoy:  

Abortion is Sick

Life is Golden

In 1997, a girl born to an “unfit” drug-addicted mother and abandoned by her father was Planned Parenthood’s perfect target. She would later become arguably the best gymnast in the world. #lifeIsGolden The incomparable Matt Walsh was no doubt inspired… Continue Reading →

Libertarian Catholic Andrew Napolitano on Election 2016 and Being Pro-Life

There is likely no one more consistent or more vocal in his libertarian and Catholic principles than the indefatigable Andrew Napolitano. Here is his interview with Nick Gillespie from Reason where he talks about the 2016 election and the sanctity… Continue Reading →

Cardinal Sarah Calls Out Church Rebellion

The Church in Africa is in good hands with Cardinal Sarah, who recently released a book, “God or Nothing” with some great lines. Most notable is a quote that’s getting headlines: The idea of putting Magisterial teaching in a beautiful… Continue Reading →

Biology 101

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine posted the following image on Facebook: I rightly assumed this graphic to be an argument in favour of abortion, essentially arguing that the unborn aren’t really human. How might you respond to a graphic… Continue Reading →

Why All Libertarians Should Be Pro-Life

At a gathering of liberty-minded young professionals the other night, someone asked if there was a way to unify all libertarians. The joking answer was, “Don’t bring up abortion.” Libertarians—more than any group of people—can find common ground on just… Continue Reading →

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