The French Press is a newsletter published twice per week by David French, author, attorney, and Iraq veteran. French writes about law, politics, faith, culture, and the superiority of DC over Marvel.
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Can we have our millionth conversation about cancel culture?
Ultimately, the closed fist can’t overcome the open hand.
Is this “how conservatism dies”?
Walking through my flip, flop, flip on one of the toughest issues of our time.
The rich and famous might feel less like they belong on Mount Olympus if we stopped treating them like Greek gods.
It turns out it’s hard to escape the need to inspire and persuade.
Could this be one of the least important elections of our lifetime?
Even within American Christendom.
The Paul Pelosi attack and the art of calling evil good and good evil.
Can Putin’s threats prevail even after his army has failed?
The new revolutionaries fabricate the case for American failure.
The Democratic Party’s most prominent election denier deserves to lose.
What happens when religion is reduced to a moral code.
Ben Sasse and the meaning of differences over sex, religion, and liberty.
Power corrupts, Christendom clashes with Christianity, and brutality isn’t strength.
Lie after lie after lie.