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Damon Linker on Francis Paper on the Family

Retrograde Intransigence  The Catholic conservative doesn’t want to live spiritually within a debating society or an ongoing, open-ended conversation. He wants matters to be definitive — done, settled, fixed for all time. Even if, considered objectively, the teachings of another … Continue reading

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The Difference Between a Faction and a Political Party

Damon Linker A faction aims solely to advance the interests and ideological outlook of its members. It fights for total victory. It doesn’t compromise. Special-interest groups are probably the most obvious example of factionalism in action. The NRA never suggests … Continue reading

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Damon Linker on the European Refugee Crisis

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Damon Linker on Kraus’ piece in the New Yorker

http://theweek.com/articles/577167/what-new-yorker-doesnt-about-religion

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Linker on the Benedict Option

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