Murray puts forward a simple thesis: that differences “in cognitive ability and crime” explain virtually all racial disparities that currently exist.
Time’s Monster claims that historians have been “the key architects of empire,” a belief embraced by the street-renaming and statue-toppling social movement.
Sowell’s analyses of social and political issues are more sophisticated and acute than those of just about everyone who writes on the same topics today.
In today’s divided America, when questions of American purpose and identity are increasingly contested, Lincoln’s wisdom is still speaking.
Ungar-Sargon persuasively demonstrates that the media fabricate with facility and manipulate reality.
Contrary to the caricatures of King George III in American popular culture, he was neither ignorant nor tyrannical.
Many judges simply begin with their own sense of what the right outcome should be and use constitutional clauses or commentaries as cover for their judgments.
Gilley’s portrait of Sir Alan Burns is the best defense of empire a reader could ask for.
Immigration, tribalism, and globalism have shattered the idea that there's still a coherent population that the American government is supposed to represent.
Blitz engages in a running debate between two principal contenders for the best regime: classical aristocracy and liberal democracy.
Seal details the various crises and comedies that dogged the creation of the Godfather.
Harsanyi painstakingly details the many problems that Europe has brought upon itself and rightly warns his countrymen not to follow suit.
Changing theories of constitutional interpretation have prompted a reconsideration of the 14th Amendment.
If authoritarian leftist dominance is about power, not persuasion, then persuasion alone won’t turn the tide.
Rothman contends that the slave trade was integral to American capitalism, yet does not even try to prove it.
Americans have sold their constitutional heritage, submitting to rights violations and the undermining of basic political structures in return for money.
The Long Slide is a reminder that Carlson is a good writer—a damned good writer.
There is a complete disconnect between the reality of climate science and the authoritarian designs of many climate agitators.