American Conservatism

An American Awakening

What a fascinating and momentous time we live in—a time that may well be remembered as an awakening of our great nation. President Trump, the […]

A Revolutionary Day

The American war began in April of 1775. “By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled, Here once the […]

Faster Feiler, Faster!

The Feiler Faster Thesis posits that the pace of social change is accelerated by the increasing rapidity of the technology used by journalists to report […]

Liberalism and the Abnormal Trump

The enduring triumph of liberalism was not the civil rights movement, women’s liberation, open borders, or even Obergefell v. Hodges. Something more fundamental happened long […]

The NeverTrump Dilemma

After “CBS Evening News” anchor Walter Cronkite said he no longer trusted America’s leaders regarding the Vietnam War, President Lyndon Johnson supposedly remarked, “If I’ve […]

The New Model Military

For the vast majority of Americans, the military is a source of pride. And because of the uncompromising nature of war, and the naturally masculine […]