Post-liberal Integralism

No, Tucker Carlson: The U.S. is not, will not, and never should be like Hungary

"Carlson and others on the right have expressed admiration for Hungarian policies that squash progressive ideals, not realizing that the executive consolidation of power present in Hungary could do the same thing to conservative ideas if a progressive rises to power." - Acton

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Who’s Afraid of Integralists?

"for a small but growing cadre of intellectual Roman Catholics the political philosophy of 'integralism,' with church and state integrated, not separate, is increasingly common. There’s disagreement over practical specifics, but what unites integralists is their conviction that the liberal democratic order is now, and perhaps always was, morally bankrupt." - James Diddams

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American Culture Is Broken. Is Theonomy the Answer?

"Have you noticed this vision of Christianity in the public square that seems muscular, confident,... tired of Christianity’s never-ending losses in the culture war. It rightly criticizes the decadence, perversion, and irrational norms of secularism and understands that under the guise of 'neutrality,' secularism has become the functional god of this age." - TGC

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