James W. Ceaser
James W. Ceaser is professor of politics at the University of Virginia and a visiting scholar for the Edwin J. Feulner Institute’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies at The Heritage Foundation.
Articles by James W. Ceaser
"Conservatism" covers multiple theoretical ideas.
It's the end of the world as we know it.
Today's primary source of voter movement is the response to stagnant or deteriorating economic conditions.
Roger Scruton's conservatism.
A review of Obama's Time: A History, by Morton Keller.
Two state funerals in less than two years is a lot for any nation to bear. The first, officiated by liberal commentators after the 2012 election,
Every four years, itâ€™s a whole new ball gameâ€”with different rules
With no new thinking to offer, the candidates offerâ€¦themselves.
Manent warns Europe against leaving the political behind.
Alan Gibson and the study of the founding's historiography.
Jeopardizing the claims of the science of natural rights by allowing them to be disproved by the natural sciences is foolish.
Remember all that talk a few years ago about political realignment? Well, the realignment is here, and neither political party is going to like it.