At the Intersection of Faith and Culture
October 2016 Archives

In an election season like the present, the Alfred E. Smith Dinner seems conspicuously dated. Not unlike the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, in this year of the Outsider (or is it the year of the Deplorables?) last week’s event […]

Irrespectively of how he in fact will govern if he becomes president, it’s no longer possible to deny that Donald Trump is indeed the anti-Establishment candidate. To get as far as he has, Trump has had to battle the Regime […]

On October 7, Wikileaks released more hacked DNC emails.  The latter confirm what many Republicans, independents, and Democrats have long known: Hillary Clinton, who billionaires back 20-to-one over Donald Trump, is the Bankster’s candidate, the candidate of Wall Street. Between […]