Charles R. Kesler's new book brings together the classical beginnings of the study of politics with the story of our nation in thought and deed.
Andrew Bacevich’s conservative anthology is a progressive’s selection of the best of the American Right.
The Democratic Party must show more respect for people like the Trump Democrats.
The watchwords of the revolution of 2020 might well be, “With malice toward all, and charity for miscreants.”
Edward Banfield's book was ahead of its time––and ours.
What part of our humanity is lost when we think of our world and our place in it as governed by "progress?"
The right to property is the key to preserving limited republican government.
The only thing more frightening than annihilation is the possibility that our decadent society could coast on forever.
America is founded on principles deeply indebted to ancient Christian and natural law traditions.
The immigration debate is mostly a proxy for domestic politics and the culture wars.
These are perfectly implausible times for radical surgery on the academy.
It is no longer possible to take for granted that the next generation will live better than the last.