In this episode, our editor in chief, I.J. Makan, talks to editor, Amos Dowber, about the importance of tradition in communicating knowledge, tradition vs traditionalism, the middle eastern sources of "Western culture," political violence, and the political co-opting of religion.
In this episode, editor-in-chief I.J. Makan talks with editor Amos Dowber about rights and their relation to the common good, how this affects our conception of property and right to life issues. They also discuss cancel culture and the social impact of Christianity.
In this episode editor-in-chief I.J. Makan and editor Amos Dowber sit down with Darnell Samuels and Joel Nicoloff to discuss the lockdowns, the purpose of law and the government, liberty, and the common good.
There is an imminent groundwater crisis and the Indian government must take immediate steps to save the country from a disaster. Given its severity, changes in legislation must be made to allow everyone, not merely landowners access to groundwater resources.
Does the fact that there aren’t any federal laws indicate that the abortion debate is over? The debate is certainly over if it is true that morality follows law. However, morality doesn’t and can’t follow law, law follows morality—or at least it should.