Doing Injustice to the Just Price
by  John B. Shannon, Public Discourse

An article in the Journal of Clinical Oncology on the just price of cancer drugs in the United States contains an odd reference to a nonexistent book by Aristotle. Unraveling the origins of this error reveals an almost farcical series of misinterpretations.

Jon Stewart, Avatar of Progressive Culture
By Dorothy Rabinowitz, The Wall Street Journal

There was never any mistaking the aura of confident superiority from the host of ‘The Daily Show.’

The Rise of the Victim Bully
by Dwight Longenecker, The Imaginative Conservative

One of Christianity’s contributions to civilization has been a startling compassion for the victim. As René Girard has pointed out, from the beginning of time primitive peoples focused their animus on the outsider, the oddball, or the eccentric in their midst. It was the disabled, the alien, the poor, and the weak who most often took the blame for society’s ills.