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Walter Block Sets Loyola Diversity Officer Straight on Jesuit Values

In an email celebrating “Native American Heritage Month”, the Loyola University Chief Diversity Officer Sybol Anderson encouraged readers to take this time to “reflect upon our Jesuit values, such as inclusiveness and social justice …” This struck world-renowned economics Loyola… Continue Reading →

The West Should Look to Its Christian Roots Not Islam for Its Sexual Abuse Cure

In the wake of multiple Hollywood sex scandals, British attorney Qasim Rashid made a bold—and some may say audacious—assertion that the Teachings of Islam Could Help Us Prevent More Sexual Abuse Scandals. In his Op-ed, he ignores the rich history… Continue Reading →

Caesar Worship is the Default State of Mind

At the Federalist, I attempted to make the case that Christianity is so wound up in our socio-cultural experience its morality–as portrayed in the Ten Commandments–has shaped our minds in a similar way that language does. I also try to… Continue Reading →

Pro-Aborts are Anything but Feminist

One Can be a Good Catholic without Being a Libertarian, but Cannot be a Good Libertarian without Being a Good Catholic

I’m Mike, and I’m a libertarian Catholic. My path has been a long and winding one, with many stops along the way, but as my faith has deepened and the times have changed this two word phrase has best defined… Continue Reading →

The citizen is obliged in conscience not to follow the directives of civil authorities when they are contrary to the demands of the moral order.

Royal Dutch Irony

Loving the LGBTQ Community Means Not Accepting Them

For the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting, Fr. James Martin reflected on the Church’s treatment of the LGBTQ community. He said, “In my almost 30 years as a Jesuit, I have heard the most appalling stories of LGBTQ people… Continue Reading →

Take Down This Monument to Slavery!

Diagram of Natural Rights and Moral Action

For those struggling to find the connection between libertarianism and the Church, this may help. While ensuring both positive and negative rights is moral, only negative rights can be enforced without contradiction of other rights. Civil society requires negative rights;… Continue Reading →

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