With the demands of graduate school and a stack of unread books from the recent Borders collapse waiting on the coffee table, I haven’t had much time for fiction novels.
On Friday afternoons, we bring you the best of our blog and the best of the web. This week’s round-up includes two videos, a challenge to free-market Christians, the best blogs of Joseph Sunde, and a podcast that’s worth a listen!
David French, one of my favorite social observers, put up a post on The Corner I saved through the holidays to read later.
The R.J. Moeller Show is proud to present a candid conversation with AEI scholar and Reagan historian Steven F. Hayward.
Below are our most popular posts of 2011. Thank you for contributing to the discussion at Values and Capitalism this past year. Happy New Year!
Norman Horn of LibertarianChristians.com wrote a piece in the Washington Post this week entitled, “Can a Christian be a libertarian?,” on the On Faith blog.
Among the many global religions, one of the most distinguishing features of the Christian faith is that its deity becomes human and sacrifices all, even unto death, for his own creation.
No, you’re not really buying a Christmas heifer
The latest episode of The R.J. Moeller Show podcast opens with a quick review of R.J.’s viewing of the 50th Anniversary Edition of Ben-Hur on the big screen.