Defending the founders’ republican principles—all of them—is the best and most effective way to fight our emerging woke tyranny, which categorically rejects those principles—all of them.
If you think radical egalitarianism is built into the American regime, you might as well admit that the Left should win.
If your principles are standing in the way of pursuing justice and engaging in effective political action, Aristotle would suggest you are probably doing something wrong
Three recent left-wing tracts demonstrate how the Woke Occupation Army, and its pagan gods, are at war with traditional America and how they are determined to pin the blame on us.
Will there be righteous and necessary recriminations for the Democrats’ COVID policy disasters? Republicans, don’t screw this up again.
Can this assault on reason and nature last?
A response to some reviews of The Soul of Politics: Harry V. Jaffa and the Fight for America .
The ugliness and malice of the oligarchy’s propaganda may be overreaching, thus making it easier for us deplorables to imitate Solzhenitsyn’s courage.
The personal choices of free men and women, and the official actions of the government, are in David Tucker’s imagination one and the same.
What Harry Jaffa teaches is neither easy nor comforting. Rather than offer his students and readers idle chatter or shallow patriotism, he sought to reveal how natural right remains a living force.
Some lessons from history and philosophy can help us think about our present crisis.
Exposing the fallacies of our erstwhile aristocrats.
Fixating on the Trumpist Right is a coping mechanism for those who want to conserve whatever version of America is trendy now.
The Declaration of Independence says revolutionary change should not be undertaken for “light and transient causes.” We are well past that now.
The constitutional power of the states wheezes along, alive in name only, a century after the 17th Amendment. H.R. 1, to a large degree, is just a means to euthanize a terminally ill patient.
How can we have a country together when we can’t even have a conversation?
Are we two peoples and two regimes occupying the same country?
What William Shakespeare can teach us about the Trump impeachment trial.
We can’t afford to declare that ordinary ways of thinking and arguing are simply out of order.
Popular opinion—like politics in general—is changeable, and can change again in sudden and unexpected ways.