The once widely accessible domestic institution of marriage is becoming more and more the domain of a fortunate few.
Now is not the time for impotent tough talk and posturing with weapons at protests.
There is good and bad whataboutism. Blanket calls to ignore comparisons are usually done in bad faith.
Home and family, bulwarks of freedom and freedom-making in their turn, are hated by those who hate mankind and want to subject it to vast systems of social and political control.
The great tragedy of our time is that liberals vote left. Virtually every value liberals have held for a century is now held by conservatives […]
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.
If you would be free, look to your hands.
If you don't hate Communism, you don't care about, much less love, people.
Federalism is like a diet and the coming entitlement crisis may yet make federalism weight watchers of us all.
The history of speculation about truth has prominently included what we might call a school of impatience that, instead of trying to solve the problem, has endeavored to dismiss it.
However, given the Left's largely successful elimination of Judeo-Christian and middle-class values, that achievement may not survive.
America is currently experiencing a new formulation of the divine right of kings that takes the form of tyrannical suppression of freedom and speech. What can we learn from Lincoln to stop it?
Popular conservative thinkers warn of the dangers of class warfare and everything-is-political thinking. But they can’t advise a subordinate class how to climb out of a pit.
Conservatives proclaim the supremacy of self-interest, of anti-social, atomizing individualism even as it facilitates the consolidation of control over our lives by a collective of managerial elites.
The Enlightenment Era did begin in 1689 and America is the quintessential Enlightenment nation, but 1776 is still the right choice for America’s founding year.
Despite its best efforts, leftist jurisprudence of the past 50 years cannot so easily discard the American political tradition of religious freedom.
More than ever we need a pause and a turn, a complete about-face, so as to rediscover and practice the original and best virtues.
It may seem ridiculous or paranoid, or simply unnecessary, to revive such an institution in a free society. But only a free society could support it.
Will enough Americans be wise enough to embrace the American republic and seek a true restoration of its machinery as we move forward in the 21st century?
Our civic and civilizational renewal must be informed by moral facts and truths inherent in our nature and ultimately bequeathed to us by the divine source of our rights and obligations.