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If the novel doesn’t flourish, then our era is a purposeless one, and life a random course of ups and downs.
Machiavelli lived not for the sake of his own time or for his next life but for his progeny in later times.
Lorraine Pangle’s Aristotle displays the sober guise of the serious gentleman while revealing the underlying substance of the manic philosopher.
Where did the contempt for America’s people, principles, and culture come from?
When government presumes to reshape society, the result is likely to be gory.
These recent books tell us something about our current challenges, though they’re not even thoughtful.
Abraham Lincoln never let himself forget that he stood on the shoulders of the American Founders.
Few first-term legislators have had a more toxic effect on U.S. political culture than Representative Ilhan Omar.
The right to property is the key to preserving limited republican government.
The only thing more frightening than annihilation is the possibility that our decadent society could coast on forever.
Bureaucracy and technology too often seem to crowd out the actions of individuals; this is particularly true in war.
America is founded on principles deeply indebted to ancient Christian and natural law traditions.