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  • The age of ‘censureship’

    • Social media has a large menagerie of critics: politicians on the Left and Right, journalists, and ordinary people who despair over the anger and noise often so prevalent on these platforms
  • Return of the false gods

    • Return of the Strong Gods: Nationalism, Populism, and the Future of the West | R. R. Reno | Gateway Editions | 2019 | 208 pages Numerous books have been written in recent years on the demise
  • Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński

    • Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński was born in 1901 in eastern Poland, then part of Russia. In 1924, he was ordained a priest. He earned a Ph.D. in canon law and, during World War II, served as a
  • Lower taxes, higher giving

    • “Conservative voters tend to be more selfish,” a socialist friend recently told me. In broad terms the allegation is that fiscal conservatives, those who support lower taxes and less
  • Acton Briefs: Winter 2020

    • A collection of short essays by Acton writers, click a link to jump to that article: Prosperity and the ‘Four Horsemen of the Optimist’ by Patrick Oetting Big government and corruption
  • Editor's Note: Winter 2020

    • “Almighty God hath created the mind free,” wrote Thomas Jefferson. Others believe that leaves too much to chance. The desire to shape news coverage, and the proper response, frames this
  • Renewing the face of the Earth

    • The most reported remarks from September’s United Nations Climate Action Summit in New York were not from a scientist, an economist, or any of the world leaders present. They were the words