The 2020 elections raised serious questions about foul play in the American voting process.
Should an art museum teach, and if so, how and what? Should it entertain? Is it a community center?
Harry Jaffa's patriotism revealed his understanding of the conditions of freedom and the courage required of citizens and leaders.
A Chinese order would displace the United States as the world’s leader.
The Enlightenment has become a touchstone for culture-war debates about tolerance and open-mindedness.
Many Catholics are in a state of uncertainty about their relationship with the American regime.
Big Tech's suppression and manipulation of news undermines an informed citizenry.
Americans will remain a religious people for decades to come.
Should the conservative movement be concerned with human flourishing or human choice?
The God Hypothesis should be considered as a possible explanation for our universe.
The Faerie Queene is a continuous practice of thinking about aesthetic, moral, and philosophical issues.
Soldiering for America: is it worth it?
Thomas Dyja cons his readers into believing that what happened in Gotham from 1978 until now was exactly the opposite of what really did.
The repetitive, unhinged diatribes that make up Last Best Hope reflect the larger failures of our journalistic establishment.
Liberal commitments to science and viewpoint diversity are in tension.
Presidential friends are a mixed bag.
Robert E. Lee displayed admirable virtues but has been lionized out of proportion to his character and accomplishments.
Bill de Blasio’s uninspiring eight years as mayor of New York City.