If these comic classics don’t make you laugh out loud, you’re probably legally dead.
A video tribute to a legend of the conservative movement
Smokers have been pushed to the fringes of society, along with lepers and Ebola patients. One writer is pushing back.
After months of hard work, we’re proud to say that the new ISI website is live and at your service
Is it possible that everybody can be wrong, and religious believers right? Author and popular talk show host Michael Medved offers an answer.
Tolkien was a moderate beer drinker and pipe smoker. But there was nothing moderate about his political views.
Yes, says Tom Hibbs, author of Shows About Nothing: Nihilism in Popular Culture. In this essay, Hibbs explores the “stealthy rapture” of film and its “capacity to engage heart and intellect, to move us to a deeper appreciation of the human condition, and to refine the natural human appetite for beauty.”
New scientific challenges to orthodox Darwinian theory have continued to proliferate, much to the dismay of its proponents.
One highly significant social fact that rather obviously bears on the question of secularization has gone unnoticed.
This, I think, should be the creed of conservatives: Just offer something better.