The former flagship conservative journal’s failure to grasp the friend-enemy distinction is revealing.
Americans want more than anything to put race behind us.
Psychological operations can have many objectives, demoralization being the most common. But they can also be used to create opportunities that otherwise might not present themselves.
America can’t, and shouldn’t, get involved in a war with China unless its own territory or core interest is at stake.
The central mission of Harry Jaffa’s life was the philosophical and rhetorical defense of classical natural right, the Western tradition, and the United States.
The demand to resettle Afghan refugees brings the war home.
The failure in Afghanistan is the cherry on top of 20 years of failure for America’s ruling class.
If blatant misinterpretations such as this are all that stand in the way of Claremont and the paleos making common cause, that should be easy enough to overcome.
In a regime of equality, excellence and superiority are allowed to thrive while the ordinary virtues of frugality, industry, piety, and fidelity are protected.
If I thought the paleoconservative appeal to tradition alone were sufficient to support all the policies sketched near the beginning of this article, I would submit to it cheerfully.
The Constitution invites us—and politics compels us—to consider redrawing state and local borders.
It’s hard for a movement to claim to stand for tradition when it attacks so much of the tradition it purports to defend.
Can the veterans of the old conservative wars come to a truce?
The purpose of voting today is to give a democratic veneer to an undemocratic regime—not to give the people a say in the direction of their government.
His assertion that “right-wing” terrorists pose the greatest terrorist threat to our country is a sop to his new paymasters and a selling out of the people who made his career.
If the Democrats just ram these election results through without explaining, then the legitimacy not just of our electoral system but of our entire government may suffer a fatal blow.
It will all go according to plan—unless we stop it.
This is no time for Senate Republicans to go wobbly.
Why The Atlantic’s smear on the president as disrespectful of fallen soldiers does not hold up.
Is the leftist dream now within reach? If President Trump loses, we will find out.