Getting voting right

  The level of distaste for both major parties’ presidential candidates is at an historic high. In the midst of this discontent, the traces of two distorted approaches to voting have become clear. One approach is to avoid voting altogether … Continue reading →

Everyone is called to be a witness

The Church in the United States will once again observe the Fortnight for Freedom from June 21–July 4.  This two-week period is an opportunity for the whole Church to pray, study, and reflect upon the great gift of religious freedom—our … Continue reading →

School choice: How does it benefit me?

For those without kids in school, it may be difficult to see why expanding parental choice in education is a policy goal deserving of widespread public support. After all, one might ask, how does it benefit me? The Church’s support … Continue reading →

The failure of all-or-nothing politics

Even one as accustomed to political victory as Otto von Bismarck said that “[p]olitics is the art of the possible, the attainable—the art of the next best.” But too many elected officials today, mired in a political environment of hyper-partisanship … Continue reading →