Donald Trump’s rise this election season has been historic, amounting to something heretofore unseen in the annals of American politics. Given this, it’s perhaps not surprising that many are still befuddled by the phenomenon. Pundit Charles Krauthammer is bewildered, saying that “for some reason” Trump “is immune to the laws of contradiction.” (In reality, Democrats get away with contradiction continually; the only difference is that the media actually report on Trump’s.) Also in the news recently is that some find his appeal among evangelicals “inexplicable.” Of course, it’s all quite explainable.

Those of us who like to believe that human beings are rational can sometimes have a hard time trying to explain what is going on in politics. 

With Western civilization under attack from "cultured despisers" within and hostile civilizations without, a political philosopher undertakes a defense of the Western understanding of individual liberty as the fruit of Christian teaching.

I didn’t even know it was a problem, but it appears that some of the politically correct people Down Under have found a way to stop Santa Clauses from making hookers feel bad.

A UN-created panel suggests that the world body be allowed to place a small tax on international sporting events such as the soccer’s World Cup, concerts where famous artists perform, and more.