Three generations of voting rights are enough.
If there is one lesson that the pandemic ought to have taught, it is intellectual modesty.
Fantastically rich but morally impoverished American cities are committing slow-motion suicide.
Civilization does indeed depend on strength: good men must be strong, and strong men must be good.
By recovering a true anthropology, we can begin to clothe the self in the dignity of reality once more.
Ultimately, the success or failure of the woke revolution depends upon the dedication of the counterrevolutionaries: do we have the courage to fight back?
Harry Truman was a man of outstanding ability and human qualities who cleverly portrayed himself as one of nature’s and political life’s heroic underdogs.
So far, it’s been a very good year.
Norman Podhoretz on the rise of the anti-American Left.
M. Stanton Evans was ahead of his time, foreseeing many of the problems we face today.
Americans welcome immigrants who contribute to their welfare—less so refugees and others who come at a cost.
The Eastman Memos; Secular America?; Patrick J. Garrity, RIP