Angelo Codevilla, who died Monday at the age of 78, was a singular intellect who leaves behind a rich body of work. Let’s not waste it.
Deterrence at home and abroad is now dangerously lost.
Without a truly free and unbiased press, the average citizen will get propaganda, not justice.
We’re far from the republic of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison . . . and we’re heading in the wrong direction.
Each of us is flesh and blood, and we need embodied love and affirmation. The satisfaction we crave won’t come through a screen—not even if a childhood hero is on it.
Angelo Codevilla may well have been, as he believed, the world’s most privileged man. But it was our privilege to know him, to learn from him, to fight alongside him, and to enjoy his friendship.
Today, we are living through a new assault on freedom, coming this time not from without but from within.
In this age of COVID fear porn, there’s only one vaccine I really believe in: a vaccine for stupidity with booster shots for life.
The cultural illiteracy of this class is of a piece with the moral illiteracy of the jury responsible for this class. To our armories of liberty, students and jurors shrug.
The bureau is an institution with no shame, no remorse, and no accountability. There’s no fix for that.
Why aren’t enough Christian men standing up to cancel culture? It’s not individual cowardice. It’s the failure of the Christian community to understand the stakes in cancel culture.
The media have moved the conversation off the front pages. But what happened and continues to happen in Afghanistan has left a mark on the American psyche.
If you want to enjoy football this year, stick to college ball. Don’t give your time and money to the woke pros.
Is the party of science actually the party of political science?
We are doing our best to become a Third-World country of incompetency, constitutional erosion, a fractious and politicized military elite, and racially and ethnically obsessed warring tribes.
California voters like the COVID-19 lockdowns, masking, and vax mandates because they think a benevolent power can save them from the inevitability of death.
The goal is simply a world of and for leftists.
Many of the same people chastising Bush’s leadership were among the most vociferous champions of his presidency.
You see why Tucker Carlson called Milley a “reckless nutcase.” He apparently believes that the military answers to him.
Compromise may be essential to success in the political process. But letting the government force workers to take a shot for the Chinese Flu is a compromise too far.