Ethos

Most Still Feel ‘American Dream’ Is Reachable

Inflation, high gas prices, and the liberal media’s bad-mouthing of the United States be damned — most still believe the American dream is alive...

‘The View’ Segment About God, Guns, and Christian Nationalism Ignites Debate, Demand for ‘Correction’

A conversation on “The View” about God, Christian nationalism, and guns sparked a Fox News story and a rebuke from at least one of the show’s co-hosts that the resulting article was “dishonest and inaccurate.”

The Right’s Solution To Wall Street’s Woke Capital Is Dreadful

Woke capital is perhaps the least visible and most dangerous iteration of wokeness that has pervaded the nation’s institutions, and the right has a daring strategy to take it on — do the same thing that has failed time after time against Big Tech.

Viktor Orbán’s 12 Rules to Win Back the West

Coming off a fresh landslide victory in Hungary’s April elections, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and his Fidesz party have drawn conservatives from across the world to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Budapest, with many of them looking to Hungary for answers to the challenges facing Western civilization and an increasingly dominant left.

New Star Trek Show Depicts Jan 6 Leading to ‘Second Civil War’ and ‘World War III’

The premiere of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds on Paramount Plus Thursday, appeared to allege that the January 6, 2021 riot at the US Capitol triggered the fictitious nuclear World War III on Earth in the sci-fi series timeline.

The Goals of Secular Re-Education and the Heart of Man

The secular world seeks to dull and desensitize the heart. It fears living hearts, full of grace and love for Christ Jesus. It does not fear the pseudo-jesus of modernity’s spineless ecumenism.

How a Trial in Finland Could Have Worldwide Effects on Government Persecution of Religion

‘If the prosecution wins, the ability of pastors to preach the gospel is effectively over in Finland, without criminal sanction.’

Why We Still Need to Remember Pearl Harbor

The price of freedom, peace, and prosperity is an authentic posture of eternal vigilance.

No, Cancel Culture Is Not the ‘Free Market at Work’

Cancel culture is inconsistent with the ethos of free enterprise, innovation, and discovery on a number of levels.

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