David P. Goldman
Reviews
Gospel Truths

Mainline Protestantism didn’t secularize itself via the Social Gospel and become weaker as a religion; it became a new religion—and a powerful one, too.

Progressives at prayer
The Rise of Secular Religion

Today’s secular liberals are the direct descendants of the past century’s Puritans and Protestants, deeply concerned with matters of sin and salvation in the church of politics.

Prosperity, Security and Markets

American prosperity and security are linked to the ability of financial markets to stimulate invention and innovation.

The Vicissitudes of Jewish Exceptionalism

Even Jewish self-hatred, in contemporary America no less than in Weimar Germany, bears a characteristically Jewish form.

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Hugging the News Cycle
German Election Watch

Polls in Germany show strong support for Merkel and the status quo—but storm clouds loom beyond Sunday’s elections.

Crude Economics

The UK’s most important energy resource is on the rebound.

Asia's Game of Thrones

As Myanmar cracks down on the Rohingya and the West wags fingers, Beijing sees an opportunity.

The Ethanol Expansion

Corn ethanol may be a good fit for China, but it’s still a disastrous policy here in the United States.

Land of the Rising Gun

As North Korea’s missiles fly over Japan, the debate about Tokyo’s defense posture is heating up.

Russia and the West

NATO is alarmed about Moscow’s major military exercises with Belarus—but too much panic could play right into Russia’s hands.

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