The talk radio host’s Torah studies help a Catholic deepen his faith
This is Ann Coulter’s last day in Canada, and I’ll bet she’s all busted up about that.
Tonight she speaks at the University of Calgary. Being Westerners, Albertans will be more hospitable to Coulter than the rioters in Ottawa and its ineffectual police “force”. In fact, the Calgary gig has been moved to a larger venue [...]
Somewhere in Washington D.C., probably at about one in the morning, a man closed a door against the noise and sat down on his bed. From the haggard, miserable look he had worn the entire evening, I doubt that he was smiling at the darkness. In fact, as the silence closed around, the heavy and [...]
Let me join David Swindle in saying that you owe it to yourself to read Jamie Glazov’s warm and gripping tribute to his father, Yuri Glazov, a scholar and dissident who stood up to the Soviet machine even as it moved to crush him.
David writes, “Jamie has finally written the kind of piece I’ve been [...]