Andrew Miiller

What Did President Trump and Pope Francis Talk About?

The battle to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch wasn’t about Neil Gorsuch. It was about the philosophy of judicial restraint.

Transhumanists say we could engineer ourselves to live forever.

The consequences of discarding a sacred moral code to govern the actions of individuals are far graver than most people realize.

Sunni Muslims commit the majority of the world’s terrorist attacks, but the Shiite regime in Iran remains the world’s number-one state sponsor of terrorism.

A string of murders on Long Island exposes the growing threat of drug cartels and street gangs.

Marxism is alive and well in American universities, and spreading into other areas of society.

A proposed fix for economic problems: Driving farmers from their land if they are white.

No scientific evidence supports the idea that people are born transgender.

Americans’ changing financial fortunes actually have a lot to do with changes in marriage.

As Islamic violence against Christians intensifies, the Coptic Orthodox Church looks to the Vatican for support.

Most people in the United States and Britain enjoy religious freedom, but this is a historical aberration.

Many claim the Roman Catholic Church may split over the issues of divorce, remarriage and intercommunion.

Transhumanists say we could engineer ourselves to live forever.

It is over a thousand times more destructive than the biggest bomb ever detonated.

Carnage at North Park Elementary School has resurrected the sickening specter of domestic violence.

The battle to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch wasn’t about Neil Gorsuch. It was about the philosophy of judicial restraint for which he stands.

The U.S. military was rocked by a pornography scandal. But the problem extends further than you might think.

More often than not, nations fall apart when the costs of serving their debt exceed the cost of defending their borders.

Why does the Catholic Church support illegal immigration into the United States?

Something has gone seriously wrong with American society.