News Consumers See Balance as Part of Accuracy. The Press? Not So Much.

What a new Pew survey tells about the state of the media.

The God Gap Helps Explain a ‘Seismic Shift’ in American Politics

The most important religious divide isn't between right and left, but between left and left

A 2020 Election Report ‘By Conservatives, For Conservatives’

Former judges, senators, and politicos take a deep dive into claims of fraud and find them baseless.

How Biden Set Himself Up for Failure

He let his vanity and instinct get the better of him.

From Election Conspiracies to Armed Mob

The House committee investigating January 6 details the link between the White House and the march on the Capitol.

An American Inquisition

Our partisan factions' hunt for political heretics is growing more mainstream.

January 6 Hearings Become Fundraising Fodder

Republicans and Democrats see the proceedings as an opportunity to raise small-dollar donations from voters.

Christianity and American Identity

An excerpt from The Religion of Greatness.

The Huge Political Mistake the January 6 Committee Could Easily Avoid

Rarely has so much passion and studied seriousness been devoted to the trivial issue of a congressional criminal referral.

‘JOIN, or DIE’

Benjamin Franklin’s plea is just as relevant now as it was in the 1750s.

The Texas GOP Takes a Hard Right Turn

The state’s congressional representatives say the party's new platform is much ado about nothing, but some analysts believe it could be a harbinger of things to come.

Donald Trump’s Fractured Inner Circle on January 6

Cassidy Hutchinson’s Testimony to the January 6 House committee drops new bombshell allegations about Trump and his closest advisers.

How Dobbs Might Shape the Future of Conservatism in Unexpected Ways

The pro-life movement included constitutionalists, religious activists, advocates of states’ rights. What happens now that Roe has been overturned?

Five States to Watch in the Wake of Dobbs

Several states may seek to enact legislation on abortion, but they’ll have to clear their own state constitutions or pending litigation first.

Another Embattled Incumbent Faces a GOP Primary Runoff

GOP Rep. Michael Guest of Mississippi struggles to hold onto his seat amid attacks on his voting record ahead of Tuesday’s runoff.

Americans at the End of the Age

The men who made Roe were trying to settle the very unsettled period that of the previous decade.