Until we find political leaders who appreciate the vitality of the political heritage they have repudiated or ignored, the politics of “systematic organization of hatreds” is all we will see.
Matthew’s Gospel teaches there is no purely scientific solution to the human question, one disconnected from Scripture.
We may be too weak to fight the anti-woke Communism war in which Tom Klingenstein urges us to enlist. But it’s a war we must prepare ourselves for, as the enemy is ourselves.
Are we witnessing the beginning of a Tocquevillean turn-about?
Natural Law 101, expounded by the jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas, is a powerful argument on behalf of justice and a proper reordering of our country.
A recent misguided critique of the Claremont Institute claims it has abandoned the legacy and teachings of its intellectual godfather, Harry V. Jaffa. But the argument doesn’t hold up.
Biden’s fascist COVID order is not a serious effort to stem the tide of the pandemic.
The methods of natural science would destroy the ways of a free society. The Supreme Court nixes the Center for Disease Control’s power grab.
Three Asian-American authors offer interesting perspectives on how America can, and ought to be, an example to the world and how to stand up to their school boards.
A leading opinion celebrated in conservative circles is that conservatives now own the Supreme Court. But it seems premature to celebrate.
The Richard Mentor Johnson-Julia Chinn relationship shows how American race relations and slavery itself might have developed differently than they did.
It appears the new First Amendment commanding the administrative state gives us a theology, reason, and politics radiating from the new gods that rule our public life.
As his speech on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre makes clear, Joe Biden is far more dangerous than Franklin Roosevelt, who made partisan hatred the basis of the modern Democratic Party.
Will the Democrats surrender their white privilege?
Steven Smith’s endeavor was a failure from its start when it denounced half the country as extremists.
Is America a disembodied spirit (that is, a ghost) or a real nation? In carefully considering this question, we are not without resources to guide us, in the 1776 Report.
Asians did not always aspire to be passive victims.The Asian elites’ cowardly, opportunistic Atlanta outbursts drive home the similarity of their character to that of wailing North Koreans.
In Montgomery County, Maryland, people will die whom science and common sense could have saved.
Harvard’s Laurence Tribe turns Clarence Thomas and his recent dissent in the Pennsylvania election case into a cartoon caricature. This is sophistry, not legitimacy.
We are seized by rampages of resentment against each other and against the great achievements of our civilization’s past. Those achievements reprimand us, making us feel petty and small.