The Permanent Things
T.S. Eliot By "the Permanent Things" meant those elements in the human condition that give us our nature, without which we are as the beasts that perish. They work upon us all...
On Popular Fictions, Or How I Learned to Relax and Enjoy Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey cast A friend of mine wrote on Facebook about Downton Abbey: “take away the English accents, the bucolic setting, the period costumes, and the antiquated moral code, and you’re left with...
The Conservative Call to Compassion: Poverty, Charity, and the Dignity of the Human Person
My Sophomore year, I had spent my Christmas break applying for internships in Washington D.C.. As I explained to my parents, “that is where the important work happens and that is...
The Top Ten Greatest Operas
A Non-Religious Case Against Same Sex Marriage
Of More Than Routine Interest: Ten Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child
The American and French Revolutions Compared
The “Fairy-Tale” Prince and the Five Surprises
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