“Leftist Anarchy, not Fascism, is the Real Threat to Democracy” (The American Spectator)

At this moment, I am on assignment in Europe, a continent that, like America, seems more screwed-up with every visit. To escape the insanity that threatens to engulf us all, this morning I decided to work remotely from a small French town. Hammering away on my laptop, I sat down to enjoy a nice breakfast … Read more

My Response to the Dishonest Atheist Critics of My Book (First Things)

This article, “Ye of Brittle Faith,” was published in the February 2017 edition of First Things.  My response was a long time in coming due to a number of distractions, chiefly, the fact that I was (and still am) recovering from a serious accident.   Sometimes it is not worth responding to critics.  You simply cannot convince … Read more

Imagining Bill Belichick Analyzing Film of the Left’s Strategy

Published on FoxNews.com February 2, 2017. New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was the man I’d been looking for. I needed keen insights, and only he could provide them. Belichick was famous for analyzing the game film of opposing teams, identifying their strategies and beating them. His team, once again, was about to play … Read more

“Trump’s Promise to Keep Americans Safe” My latest in The American Spectator

While Charles Schumer weeps and lawyers are deployed; as protesters protest and accusations fly — amidst all of the general hysteria about President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, let’s pause, take a deep breath, and for a moment consider the apparent purpose of the order itself: To keep Americans safe. That’s another way of … Read more

‘Trump rage’ and the Alt-Left’s march of folly (My latest on Fox News)

It’s been one week since I was in a taxi in Central London when the driver made an ill-advised turn onto Piccadilly. Then again, it wasn’t his fault that thousands of demonstrators clogged this main artery in one of the world’s great capital cities.  At first the protestors kept to the opposite side of the … Read more

Jihad in the Cathedral (My latest article in The American Spectator)

In January of this year, St. Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow, Scotland, hosted a guest reader for this Scottish Episcopal Church’s Feast of the Epiphany worship service.  The reader was neither clergy nor Christian layman.  Indeed, the reader was not a Christian at all.  Moreover, the reading was not from the Bible, the Book of Common … Read more