Beginning this week you will see that we are increasing and restructuring the online content of Comment. Following the A-B-C-D structure of our 2008 manifesto, Comment Online will now feature contributions from regular columnists and others in four broad areas:
We will also continue our popular feature promoting artists, 1,000 Words. It would be wonderful to hear your responses to this week's columns and art at our Facebook page!
After looking at Paine, Burke, and the foundations of liberalism and conservatism, the modern political divide seems much less surprising. But what can we do about it?
The miracle is that, in a largely secular society, this San Francisco community still supports charity and believes it is a priority to care for the vulnerable.
Conversing with care: what we can learn from Jane Austen's England about communicating.
The one weakness of Michael Coren's new book Why Catholics Are Right is that it is wrong, or at least its title is.