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What's the matter with meritocracy? Just about everything.
The Founders' thinking presupposed the Christian teaching of a fallen human nature.
The regime of modern liberty desperately needs old wisdom to avoid abandoning with contempt its own crucial preconditions.
There is just one rule for life and one antidote for chaos: common sense.
If judges acknowledged the political background of much constitutional debate, they would act with more restraint.
Donald Trump is precisely not the type of demagogue that the founders feared.
It won’t be long before all living memory of a time before the personal computer is gone.
Howard Zinn's polemical history of the United States is distorted, manipulative, and dishonest.
Humanism was a movement with a political mission, and its founder was Petrarch.
Aristotle's lessons about democracy are ancient but not superseded.
The divorce between faith and reason remains a troubling phenomenon within Christian nations of the West.
Trumpian populism is distinct from Reaganite conservatism in substance as well as style.