Posts From Bruce Ashford

Terrorism’s Relation to Islam: How Prominent Voices on the Right and Left Get It Wrong

Several weeks ago, Islamic terrorists pulled off a triple-bombing in Belgium, striking the Brussels airport twice and its downtown metro station once. The bombings killed at least 35 people. On Easter Sunday, jihadis bombed a park in Lahore, Pakistan, killing at least 70 people in their attempt to target Christians. These bombings are a reminder, [ Read More ]

No Social Transformation without Representation: What We the People Should Expect in a Nominee for the Supreme Court of the United States

The British cultural critic G. K. Chesterton once noted, “Seemingly from the dawn of man all nations have had governments, and all nations have been ashamed of them.” What is true of “all nations” in relation to their governments is true of many “Americans” in relation to the Supreme Court majority.
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