Must the president be a moral leader?
Michael Blake, The Conversation
If someone is good at the difficult job of political leadership, must they demonstrate exceptional moral character as well?
What Would the Impartial Spectator Do?
Joseph Knippenberg, Law and Liberty
The public’s authentic position about any number of issues may be corrupt—Adam Smith may guide us through the alternative.
What to Do About the Rebirth of Socialism
Matthew Continetti, Washington Free Beacon
The separation of the moral and cultural from the political and economic was the crack in the foundation of democratic capitalism.
Why civility could change our politics and culture
Daniel Darling, ERLC
The impulse to see someone’s humanity, even if we find that person morally compromised or objectionable or violent, has its roots in an ancient biblical text.