Identity is not a Fortress, in which I argue, somewhat repetitively, that identity politics is just a war against solidarity.
Prayer Against the Machine, being an argument that we find prayer difficult because we feel more dependent on wealthy men than upon God.
The Divided Laity, being a complaint against do-nothing complainers who, under the pretense of being pro-LGBT, castigate any effort to reform the Catholic Church of its corruption.
We Are Not Radical, being an argument that America is not growing more radical, it’s just online more.
Use Your Children, being an argument that the Church’s prohibition of contraception would be a lot easier to follow if children were not considered useless.
In Defence of Child Labor, being an account of how children are only forced to work like adults when adults are forced to work like children, and a description of bad toys.