America's flirtation with the notion of empire and international and domestic resistance.
The case for America's role as sheriff of the new world order.
Human intelligence, bureaucracy, and America's failed efforts to take action against al-Qaeda.
What is an American?
American politics is split more along cultural than along economic lines.
Constitutional rights to welfare benefits is an idea that refuses to die in the world of academia.
Why conservatives once despised the New Deal for all right reasons, and why they should do so again.
America's Great Depression, and its long term consequences, were largely self-inflicted.
Challenging the prevailing leftist orthodoxy about the Cold War and communism.
Podhoretz was, in some sense, a conservative even when he was a '60s radical.
Political science and the revival of political philosophy.
A biography of the founder of the American government.
Understanding America's religious history through the eyes of Lincoln and Jonathan Edwards.
Revisiting the Cooper Union speech and Lincoln's ascent to the presidency.
Bush regards the remoralization of American life as his duty to the country and to his faith.
A review of Greek Gods, Human Lives: What We Can Learn From Myths, by Mary Lefkowitz
The Ides of March may not be so remote from the Ides of September after all.
Locating in Vergil's thinking a model for penetrating an issue as critical for our time as for his.
No one of his generation was a more effective, influential foe of slavery than Jefferson himself.
Why all the fuss about domestic communism in the 20th century?
A review of The Monotheists: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Conflict and Competition, Volume I: The Peoples of God, by F. E. Peters
Socialism was defeated in the 20th century, but the belief at the heart of socialism survives.
Roosevelt's legacy in domestic policy stands or falls with the authority of its "living Constitution".