Results of the recent Europe-wide voting show the continent’s future may look more like Farage and Orban and less like Macron and Merkel, says contributor Bill Moloney.
Donald Trump in Washington and Emmanuel Macron in Paris gained their respective presidencies by reading the political disruptions of globalization more shrewdly than most leaders in the West, writes contributor Bill Moloney—but since taking power, their policies and polling have diverged sharply.
With American government having grown far beyond anything the Founders imagined, the whistleblower can be a safety valve for freedom—but Julian Assange wasn’t that, argues contributor Ellen Short.
Across the West, once-powerful socialist parties are hemorrhaging voters as the working class looks elsewhere for shelter from the harsh winds of globalization, a trend Bernie Sanders can’t wish away, says contributor Bill Moloney
As Christians we must remember that politics is not war, nor is it optional, nor is it ultimate. Participation is our opportunity to witness for King Jesus, rendering rightly to Caesar and to God.