The Progressives rejected the purpose of government as understood by the American founders.
Wokeness turns citizens not so much into sleepwalkers as sleep-rampagers, somnambulists of self-righteousness.
Barry Gewen has written the most thoughtful book on Kissinger we have, offering the most accurate, fair assessment of his policy intentions.
No one surpasses Solzhenitsyn in conveying a sense of what it feels to live at and near the center of this kind of vortex.
The man the French consider the most important figure in their long history, with Napoleon a distant runner-up.
Niall Ferguson’s entertaining survey of history as seen through network theory.
Perhaps it was not for nothing that Augustine described the City of God as captive and stranger in the Earthly City.
Will Morrisey is professor emeritus of politics at Hillsdale College. His most recent book is Churchill and De Gaulle: The Geopolitics of Liberty.