Wealth & Poverty Review

Knee Jerk Secularism


Last week in The Huffington Post, James Robison and I observed that Judeo-Christian ideas contributed to the American Experiment. Historically, this is hardly a controversial argument. Read More ›

Indivisible: “Body Armor for the Culture War”

In our new book Indivisible, we argue that Americans are "like tourists on a sunny beach. We've heard news of an earthquake on the sea floor, hundreds of miles away, but everything still looks normal. People are sipping iced tea, enjoying the warm sand and the sun overhead. Many think, 'We've never had it so good.' And yet, when we look closely, we notice that the beach is growing wider as the tide recedes toward the horizon." Read More ›

Small is Beautiful, ‘cept when it isn’t

My friend Jordan Ballor has a great piece about conservative fusionism, and in particular, the tensions between market oriented and communitarian oriented conservatives. He focuses on the special case of Rod Dreher, Crunchy Con author who recently moved to a small town in Louisiana. Read More ›