Most people automatically assume that millennials are predictably liberal. The facts suggest otherwise.
Liberals now face the inconvenient truth that the traditional American order will not be defeated soon by their competing misinterpretation.
Unless the new administration concentrates on invigorating the moral fiber of the country, strengthening marriage and the family, and limiting the power of the state, America will not recover from its present woes.
When the obvious man can no longer be considered a man and the obvious woman can no longer be considered a woman, fantasy rules.
The elusive unity so needed to heal the nation was recently found in a most unexpected place: heroism.
As society unravels, the order that once united us as a people is also coming apart.
Cal Newport fails to address the deeper problems of internet distraction.
If the problem in America is the loss of bottom-up mediating institutions of family, community, and faith, then the solution is the restoration of that middle layer that fosters social bonds.
If our greatness is measured by money, pleasure or self-aggrandizement, then our striving for greatness, no matter how vigorous, will inevitably fall short.
The American model that promises prosperity and unlimited progress is no longer working as it used to. People simply aren’t following the rules any more.