There’s no escaping climate alarmism these days, but Alex Epstein’s books – including his most recent one – are a powerful antidote.
Yoram Hazony’s new book provides a fascinating insight into the debate going on within the centre-right today, particularly in America.
Michael D. Higgins is incapable of understanding anti-Christian violence, but he is not the only offender within Ireland’s governing class.
More than twenty years on from the publication of ‘Bowling Alone,’ Robert Putnam’s analysis of the importance of community remains essential.
In attacking Catholic schools in the Six Counties, Michael D. Higgins joins a strange coalition of progressives and unionists, none of whom like the fact that Catholic schools clearly outperform their secular counterparts.
The results of the 2020 General Election tell us one thing clearly – Ireland is moving inexorably to the Left. A socialist government is coming, and will ruin us.
You can praise Martin McGuinness for helping to end the IRA’s murderous campaign, but it is wrong to suggest that he and his comrades were not the key driving force in perpetuating the conflict in the North for decades.
A closer inspection of the Irish media’s coverage of the 1983 abortion referendum shows that a certain rot had already set in.
Rod Dreher is a prophetic voice regarding Christianity in the West. It was a real privilege to sit down and speak with him.
Michael D. Higgins got a very easy ride from Ireland’s journalists when he was running for re-election, but the same journalists were eager to interrogate those who dared to challenge our socialist monarch.