The most hated man in all of literature is likely Judas Iscariot, the man who betrayed his friend and teacher with a kiss.
There are remarkable parallels between the ideas set forth by Solzhenitsyn and the ideas espoused by Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc fifty years earlier.
The modern world has become unreal. It has become unreal because it rejects the ultimate reality. It rejects God.
To make our ruminations worthwhile we must seek Distributism’s actualization; we must seek to remake our society according to the distributist vision.
There may be attractive reasons for voting Sanders or Paul, but both fall short of advancing a pro-life culture and pro-family economy.
The term “conservative” is so meaningless that we would do well to abandon it altogether.
Phillip Campbell asks why commercial interests often expand at the expense of residential interests.