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Medved on Center on Wealth, Poverty, and Morality

Tonight in Seattle, Discovery Institute is having the official "launch" party for the Center on Wealth, Poverty, and Morality. Coincidentally, David Boze's podcast interview with Michael Medved, discussing the new Center, has just gone online. Listen to it here. Read More ›

GOP Go Positive

Here's hoping that the Republican primary will soon become less of a circular firing squad, and more of a unified evangelistic crusade for fiscal sanity. Read More ›

Knee Jerk Secularism


Last week in The Huffington Post, James Robison and I observed that Judeo-Christian ideas contributed to the American Experiment. Historically, this is hardly a controversial argument. Read More ›

Small is Beautiful, ‘cept when it isn’t

My friend Jordan Ballor has a great piece about conservative fusionism, and in particular, the tensions between market oriented and communitarian oriented conservatives. He focuses on the special case of Rod Dreher, Crunchy Con author who recently moved to a small town in Louisiana. Read More ›