• Election Results Are In: Christ Still On His Throne

    A number of news outlets, including CNN, Fox News, and NBC, are calling the current election in favor of Jesus Christ, who is still sovereignly reigning from His throne on high, sources confirmed late Tuesday. News organizations were closely tracking votes tallied for Democrats, Republicans... Read more
  • Election will be meaningless if we don’t change our ways

    My editors asked if I planned to write about the election, and I said yes. Perhaps they hoped I would pen something about the need to vote, a topic I’ve tackled before. But that seems unnecessary. Look at how many people have already voted. We all know the stakes in 2020. At this point,... Read more
  • Christ or Caesar? An Election Reflection

    On a Sunday evening during the summer of 2008 I was walking north on Broadway, toward First Baptist Church. A crowd was circling a scene where a street fair had been taking place. I stopped to see what was going on. A man was lying face down and unconscious on the street. The lenses of his... Read more
  • State by State: An Election Day Litany to the Patorness of America

    It is well known that on December 12, 1999, Pope St. John Paul II proclaimed Our Lady of Guadalupe to be Patroness of the Americas. Less well known is the fact that our Lord’s holy mother Mary, under the title of the Immaculate Conception, had been recognized as Patroness of the... Read more
  • 5 Expert Tips for Following Election Stats

    Though Americans have been voting for weeks, the big day is here. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information about state-level polls, early-voting tallies, outstanding mailed ballots, and the over 200 lawsuits over voting rights. As a political scientist whose... Read more
  • Faith without a Hope?

    Downtown Washington D.C., capital of the greatest nation on earth – arguably, the greatest in human history – is already boarded up, expecting what the media will doubtless call “mostly peaceful” demonstrations after tomorrow’s elections. In more than thirty years living here, I’ve... Read more
  • San Francisco’s compassion crisis

    Thomas Wolf was in a pickle. His doctor no longer prescribed him the narcotic pain reliever oxycodone for his foot injury, but his supply had run out. Wolf didn’t think he could live without his pills anymore. So he searched on YouTube: “Where can I buy drugs in San Francisco?” YouTube... Read more
  • Archbishop George Lucas: Abortion remains a preeminent moral concern

    Professors Miller and Salzman of Creighton University (Midlands Voices essay, Oct. 27) have come to a conclusion about candidates for whom to vote this year. We should each approach this important act of citizenship prayerfully, having formed our consciences according to the age-old beliefs of... Read more
  • Senate votes to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

    The Senate on Monday voted to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Barrett is expected to take the oaths of office administered to every incoming Supreme Court Justice in a White House ceremony Monday evening. The 52-48 vote, which fell largely along party lines, came... Read more
  • Strong Poll Numbers for Amy Coney Barrett and the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court

    A Morning Consult poll released Wednesday shows that 51 percent of voters support the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, while only 28 percent are opposed. Support for Barrett’s confirmation among independents jumped 13 percentage points on net... Read more