Benjamin Constant’s writing is as pertinent to our concerns today as it was in the immediate post-Napoleonic era.
There is a kind of natural anti-mimesis when it comes to what boys see girls doing. The boy must accomplish a task that the girl does not have to accomplish.
Our Bill of Rights turned 229 years old this week. How should we think about it in relation to our Constitution?
A Q&A with Steve Turley.
Censorship of speech on social media masks the pain signals that many elites could rely on to understand the social conditions of the “Other America” they no longer wish to see.
Pretending things are basically fine and making nice won’t cut it.
Distinctions lie at the very heart of creation. The Left's war on the Judeo-Christian religions is rooted in its war against distinctions.
What we’re after cannot be captured in statistics: some sense of how far our practical liberty extends, protected not by policemen, penal codes, or forensic criminology but by trust in our countrymen.
What happened to control over our lives? America was supposed to be different, so why are we controlled by a few elites?
The Right must argue that defending tradition, heritage, posterity, and group customs and values is absolutely a moral good. To seek its erasure is evil.
The ruling class knows that whether Donald Trump succeeds or fails to overturn the course of this election is irrelevant to the seeds that have been planted in the psyche of millions of Americans.
To end the Left’s cancel culture, we must at all costs defend the freedom of conscience.
A letter for the differently believing.
Simply put, it is too easy to vote.
As the recent controversies over Supreme Court justices illustrate, that body — indeed the judiciary as a whole — has become far more important than the Founders intended.
Will we learn from the lessons of the past and reject sacrificial revolution at its infancy or take the long, sad path of ignorant repetition?
The faith-based society or theocracy that the Left wants is one of secular humanism.
Religious belief in worldly things is a feature, not a bug of modern liberalism.
John Hay’s life offers a glimpse of what love of country looks like. If we cannot understand it, we truly are aliens and vagabonds upon the earth.
Feelers, as opposed to thinkers, can’t get beyond themselves, and far from welcoming discourse with others, they are conversation-killers.