Andrew Miiller

A spark in one Latin American nation could set off an explosion that engulfs the entire region.

By weakening the Roman Curia, Pope Francis is strengthening local bishops—and himself.

As both Nepal and India gravitate toward Beijing, a great political and economic bloc is forming in Asia.

The war on drugs is pushing the Philippines away from the United States and toward China.

People are being gunned down in Mexican rehab centers because a spiritual sickness has taken root throughout North America.

The bishop of Rome tells governments to seize more power to stop future weather disasters.

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

Violent riots around the nation are part of a deliberate strategy to discredit America’s leaders both domestically and internationally.

President Trump’s decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals isn’t about immigration. It is about the rule of law.

Some say America’s economy would grow by billions of dollars if moms would work outside the home. They’re measuring wrong.

Is Vladimir Putin trying to strengthen the Trump presidency—or weaken it?

Is the radical left bringing down President Trump or bringing down the country?

Many of the federal government’s 2 million bureaucrats oppose the current president’s policies.

The neo-Nazi and Marxist revolutionaries that faced off in Charlottesville have more in common than they would like to admit.

The alliance between Islamic terrorists and drug cartel agents is a serious domestic security threat.

The Trump administration faces off against a coalition of mayors in a battle over whether to actually enforce U.S. immigration laws.

Vladimir Putin is sowing division within the United States to keep America from becoming the next energy superpower.

The United States is struggling with low fertility and falling birth rates.

With his agenda stalled and the Republican Party divided, the president reaches out to his evangelical supporters.

Environmental regulations move pollution offshore and add to the trade deficit.

Already $20 trillion in debt, the U.S. government plans to spend $87 trillion more just on health care over the next 30 years.

The ‘spiritual son’ of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI is emerging as a unifying figure in the Roman Catholic Church.

Those who guilt-trip mothers into leaving the home are not really trying to grow America’s economy.

Almost all resources come from the ground. But what happens when we destroy the ground?

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