SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Robert Wargas

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November 14, 2016
In swing states where Romney lost, Trump's economic programme had mass appeal
November 10, 2016
Many Rust Belt workers are registered Democrats. But Trump spoke to their disaffection
October 20, 2016
You wouldn’t expect Hillary Clinton’s staff and senior supporters to think very highly of conservative Catholics. But reading their own words, when they don’t think anyone else will ever see them, is still jarring. “Many of the most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic (many converts) … They must be attracted to
October 20, 2016
Leaked emails show that Clinton’s right-hand man helped create Catholic front groups to inspire ‘revolution’. The fall-out is only just beginning
August 11, 2016
In 2010, the Austrian politician Ewald Stadler delivered a rousing speech from the floor of the National Council in Vienna. For more than eight minutes, he harangued the Turkish ambassador, who was present in the chamber, for complaining about the treatment of Turks in Austria. Listing ignored crimes against Catholic clergy in the ambassador’s homeland
July 15, 2016
The way we think of left and right is a relic of the Cold War. Reality is catching up
July 14, 2016
New York I wouldn’t be the first to observe that Donald Trump never uses the words “freedom” or “liberty”. In the United States, a Republican presidential candidate who avoids those terms – someone who doesn’t gloss every speech with talk of shining cities on hills – is like a baker who doesn’t use flour. Trump
June 28, 2016
Last week's gun control sit-in highlights how one side of the culture war has successfully linked its opinions to the most contentious periods in US history
June 10, 2016
Yale has responded diplomatically to student demands. But the wider attack on traditional Western culture should be resisted
June 03, 2016
The latest skirmish has revealed the inner contradictions of identity politics
May 05, 2016
Just a few days before Christmas 1988, terrorists blew up Pan American Flight 103 as it passed over Lockerbie, not long after leaving Heathrow. One of the 259 murdered onboard was Matthew Gannon. The eighth child of devout Catholic parents, Gannon had joined the Central Intelligence Agency in 1977, becoming a skilled operations officer and
May 05, 2016
The agency has been dubbed ‘Catholics In Action’ because the faithful have occupied so many senior positions. But could their dominance be weakening?
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