This interview is one of my fondest memories. Enjoy this introduction to one of the most winsome and challenging intellects of our day. One British writer at The Times dubbed him “Christianity’s new poster boy.” Who is this Oxford professor of mathematics who challenges Stephen Hawking’s
My first installment in the Flashback Friday Interviews series features Kellyanne Conway, who was recently appointed Counselor to the President. It’s now been more than six years since I met and interviewed this skillful pollster (also a mother of four), who last year became the first woman
Senator, the primitive and often, even, atavistic aspects of the battlefield test the physical strength, the mental agility of everyone, but most of what it tests is the courage and the spiritual side of the troops we put in harm’s way. And oftentimes it’s only unit cohesion, leadership, and the belief in themselves and their comrades that allows them to go through what they have to go through and come home as better men and women, and not as broken. And so, The 'warrior ethos' is not a luxury, it is essential, when you have a military.
General Mattis during his U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for the role of Secretary of Defense
My Dear American Christians, During the 2016 primary elections I wrote an article entitled, “Why I Won’t Speak Against Trump In God’s Name,” in which I argued that it is unwise to dismiss Donald Trump as against God’s will and approval for civil office, or declare
After Governor Mike Pence’s clear defense of the sanctity of life in the vice presidential debate, I figured it would be timely to publish this (updated) article I wrote months ago explaining Donald Trump’s views on this subject. What are we to make of somebody
You might remember that I interviewed the lovely pro-life Indiana television host Patty Hunter last year. This weekend she is doing a walk-a-thon to raise money for a crisis pregnancy center that offers free and confidential services for the health of women and babies: My
Mass immigration was obviously a huge influence on the vote. ‘Sovereignty’ was always an abstract, but the visible loss of control of our national borders revealed to millions that it is in fact a tangible thing which affects their lives.
Peter Hitchens on why Britain chose to leave the European Union