Peter Wolfgang

November 2, 2020

The quiet, humble success of Andrew Walther

“THIS TAPE WILL SELF-DESTRUCT IN FIVE SECONDS.” It’s hard to know what to say and what to leave unsaid about the life of Andrew Walther, who
June 28, 2019

Obama Administration Cover Bands: Dem Debate #2

We begin again with the odd nostalgia that is NBC News. Their technical difficulties gave Dem Debate #1 a 1970s vibe. In Dem Debate #2, they
June 27, 2019

Technical Difficulties: Analysis of Dem Debate #1

Accusing liberals of wanting to return us to the 1970s is hardly an original thought. But there was an unintended moment in the first Democratic presidential
May 31, 2019

Mueller’s Presser: Trump Supporters Were Right

This is where we are at. The charge of collusion having amounted to nothing, we are now haggling over whether President Trump obstructed an investigation of
May 3, 2019

Buckle Up! A Bracing Catholic Rundown of 2020 Candidates

There are 24 candidates running for President in the 2020 campaign. Twenty-four. Can you believe it? I’m a political junkie and I’ve barely ever heard of
April 18, 2019

The First Good Friday Since the Church’s ‘Summer of Shame’

Good Friday is the day that Jesus died for our sins. It is also, for Catholics, something like what Reformation Day is for Protestants. That is,
April 5, 2019

Joe Biden: Too Handsy to be President?

That’s the question, pro or con, that everyone has been discussing since “An Awkward Kiss Changed How I Saw Joe Biden,” a recent article by a
February 21, 2019

What if Jussie Smollett’s Attackers Shouted “This is LGBT Country?”

“Jussie Smollett is what happens when the demand for racism and homophobia exceeds the supply,” writes the Benedictine College professor of philosophy Anthony Crifasi. Crifasi’s quip