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Rise of the Party of Nones by Becky Garrison. With the rise of the nones, one wonders how many Americans actually want any political party to be fueled by a godly fire. More.


Top Eight Storylines for the 2016 NBA Finals by Vincent Frank. The Golden State Warriors epic comeback from down three games to one in the Western Conference Finals has set the stage for a rematch of last year’s NBA Finals. […]


Why Is Europe So Fed Up? by Peter Foster. As Europe endures what Michel Sapin, the French finance minister, has called the most prolonged period of economic stagnation and political upheaval since 1945, it is a fear for the future […]


The Vulturepocalpyse Is Coming, and It’s Bad News by Anna Nowogrodzki. The prospect of losing the unattractive, bald-headed carrion-eaters may not seem alarming for humans, but it is. Ecosystems and humans alike rely on vultures, and not only because otherwise […]


Women Are More Interested In Sex Than You Think, Studies Show by Elizabeth Bernstein. Men underestimate their wife’s or girlfriend’s sexual desire; read her signals. More.


It’s a Boy Thing by Emily Bobrow. Matt, a father in his early 40s with soulful eyes, thinning hair and a ready smile, is doing his best to explain why he has a more intense relationship with his son than […]


The Truth About Growth by John F. Gaski. Statistics refute Hillary Clinton’s claim that the economy does better under Democrats. More.


The Attention Economy by Tom Chatfield. It costs nothing to click, respond and retweet. But what price do we pay in our relationships and our peace of mind? More.


CRB reviews Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom by Ryan T. Anderson.


CJ reviews The Nazi Hunters by Andrew Nagorski.


Letting Go by Amy Westervelt. Science is discovering what religion has always known: forgiveness is good for us. But that doesn’t make it any easier. More.


You Need More Than Rat Tumors to Prove Phones Cause Cancer by Emma Grey Ellis and Nick Stockton. Cell phones might cause cancer. Then again, maybe not. Figuring out which is the case begins with rats. Scientists trying to answer […]


“Radical” vs. “Moderate” Islam: A Muslim View by Raymond Ibrahim. After his recent electoral victory, it emerged that Sadiq Khan, London’s first Muslim mayor, had described moderate Muslim groups as “Uncle Toms” — a racial slur used against blacks perceived […]


Hillary Embodies Washington’s Decadence by Peggy Noonan. She breaks the rules and gets away with it every time. No wonder voters are fed up. More.


Lessons From The European Welfare State by Allan H. Meltzer. Europe has become the model for how democratic capitalism can give way to the welfare state. Following a surge of market-driven growth after World War II, there was a rise […]


The U.S. President Who Finally Went to Hiroshima by Jeffrey Lewis. Why visiting where we dropped an atomic bomb in 1945 is the only way to grasp the depths of human cruelty that transpired there. More at FP.

Messed Up

How God Messed Up My Happy Atheist Life by Nicole Cliffe. I had no untapped, unanswered yearnings. All was well in the state of Denmark. And then it wasn’t. More.


Liberals Versus Political Speech by John O. McGinnis. The Left wants to put people behind bars for expressing opinions that it doesn’t like. More.


What It’s Like to Live in a City Without Uber by Neal Pollack. In the aftermath of Austin’s rideshare vote, a disaster of price gouging, traffic and bad taxis. More.


Gluten-Free Diets Are Not Necessarily Healthier, Doctors Warn by Rachael Rettner. Some kids are following a gluten-free diet even though they do not have a medical condition that requires avoiding gluten, and this is worrying some doctors. More.