Ulysses S. Grant understood the immense difficulties of waging war as a democracy. And he excelled at it like no other.
We mourn his loss most honestly when we face the fact that we have not given him the influence he deserved to have over taste.
We cannot restore civil peace without a reasonable promise of happiness.
If we wish to understand what's happening to some of our elites, we had better turn instead to more durable sources of wisdom—poetry and film, above all.
Cantor explores the dangers of individualism: apathy and violence; the yearning for success at any cost; and the ongoing failure of confidence in America.
The new Jack Ryan reflects how much has changed since the Cold War, and the result is an insightful mirror into American society.
The new wave of Netflix-Marvel shows offers viewers superficial moralism alongside a strong dose of American individualism.
Our science fiction is not open to the soul's longings as revealed through eroticism, community, and faith: turning to Walker Percy can help remedy this.
We are about to learn that the First Amendment is the cornerstone of our civil peace by seeing it endangered: this is the real lesson of Masterpiece.
There are no Greek demigods among us, but Tom Wolfe gave us heroes—the men who dare deal with the crazy consequences of our modern freedom.
What happens when government places citizens in a radical conflict between love of family and the law.