If the party wants to win back votes in the Trump era, it will need to stop ignoring people of faith.
Marriage is on the decline, birthrates are down, and divorce rates are high. But politicians in both parties are finally putting forth proposals to help—and strengthen society.
A summit is important for the president, Francis, and the American people.
Looking back, 2013 is likely to be remembered as the final collapse of the old, confrontational Religious Right in favor of a less partisan, more pragmatic approach.
Socially conservative Christians find themselves in a strange position: allied with Democrats and demanding Republicans take action.
The secret to what ails both parties, and our politics, is a return to the 2000s, the days of compassionate conservatism and culture-war compromises.