national review

Below is my response. Liberation theology is a fascinating branch of Catholicism. I find a lot to admire in it for its service
The National Review’s headlines might lead one to believe that we are at war. In the common struggle against the single enemy
Kristol won't admit it during one of his many television appearances, but his recruitment of French tells us all we need to know about his stewardship of the #NeverTrump movement: it has been a colossal disaster.
I wear with great pride the scorn from the right and consider the label of liberal a badge of honor. But during this election cycle, I find myself becoming increasingly annoyed with my left-leaning colleagues and friends. Many seem to have forgotten or wish to deny the deep truth that idealism is not a foundation for governance.
And thus Trump Derangement Syndrome leads to cannibalism.
The modern Republican Party is an awkward contraption that harnesses a politics of white ethno-nationalism to a policy agenda
Maybe he wants to be nice. Or maybe he wants to avoid a convention fight.
Let's talk about the past, and let's talk about the present. Let's talk about racist terrorism, the Ku Klux Klan, and segregation. Let's talk about progressives and right wingers, and the Democratic and Republican parties.
While recently watching Spotlight, a movie recounting The Boston Globe's investigation of the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandal, I was reminded of the important work that journalists do to keep powerful institutions honest.