In a deeply flawed analysis, George Friedman claims that Trump's popularity stems less from ideology and more from an imagined authenticity
Our future could do with a lot less volleying and thundering. It is not appeasement to stop and think a little before we start shooting
The Pope warned that "when a Christian becomes a disciple of the ideology, he has lost the faith: he is no longer a disciple of Jesus."
Let's remember to celebrate our declaration of independence, a political act whose primary intent was to achieve a government that worked.
Ideology has become so central to the Republican narrative that facts can be dismissed at a whim. The narrative need bear no resemblance to what actually took place, despite that smorgasbord of evidence all around us.