Training in the martial arts strengthens both body and soul, to promote the warrior-scholar ideal.
Our federal government now appears to be suffering from an unparalleled arrogance and corruption of its own, as many of state governments appear unable or unwilling to carry out their duties.
You almost never see a culture of greatness in any level of government—especially long-standing government. Here’s why.
There is a distinction between conspiratorial thinking and critical thinking. Those alarmed by the prevalence of the former should be no less alarmed by the lack of the latter.
True to form, David French spectacularly misses the point of the critique of conservative “fusionism.”
By aiming to overturn the founders’ victory, today’s leftists are engaged in an authoritarian counter-revolution. They are the new Royalists.
With its atheist chaplain, Harvard is engaged in killing the culture—the culture that midwifed to us this civilization, including Harvard.
Christopher Flannery hopes his podcast will “awaken the better angels of our nature and welcome us into and encourage us to enrich the great American Story.”
The Rittenhouse case is a clinic in exactly why Americans have a right to an AR-15.
Reason allows us to distinguish between appearance and reality; but our reality turns out to be rooted firmly in the realm of appearance.
From Lenin to Pol Pot to Pelosi, for the royalist Left democracy becomes the road to serfdom, not the remedy for it.
It is time to walk like a founder and talk about a new charter of government.
Enough with bosses—they might need us but we don’t need them. The bosses won’t like it but humanity will.
In these dreadful times when American justice is poisoned by politics, justice will not be done, and Alec Baldwin will walk. But let’s not give up hope yet.
Whether the Claremont Institute has acted prudently depends on its understanding of American politics.
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.
If Christians reject history’s lessons—and the imperative to harden the faith urged by Gibbon and Voltaire—perhaps they’ll heed the Hebrews.
Americans must start thinking about replacing our national government with a new form of government that can control itself, and if it cannot control itself, then at least be less dangerous.
The choice between the Madisonian Constitution or the Wilsonian “living constitution” is stark and pressing indeed.
We need to restore prudence as an intellectual virtue again in order to revive a deeper appreciation for human well-being. Common sense is due for a comeback.