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Ben Boychuk is managing editor of American Greatness. He is a regular columnist with the Sacramento Bee and a weekly syndicated columnist with Tribune Media.
He is the former managing editor of the Claremont Review of Books.
Articles by Ben Boychuk
Mencken could never quite bring himself to regard anything "fundamental" or "permanent" without chuckling.
We wanted to assemble a distinguished panel of experts to rate the best gins. But that proved too difficult, so we did it ourselves.
It's always dangerous to ascribe conservatism to a Hollywood product. But what the heck...
Bill Clinton is proud of his impeachment because he thinks he saved the Constitution. New books by James Bovard and David Schippers demolish that claim—and make mincemeat of the myth of "reinventing government."
Ben Boychuk criticizes the ACLU for creating its own brand of social-engineering
Ben Boychuck discusses faith and the importance of morality as a defense of liberty.