Unfortunately, neither red nor blue states show much interest in finding a determinatio that can provide guidance in contentious cases.
Fresh commentary on some of the most important books in law, politics, and culture.
Black Americans came to know and benefit from the legal system even during periods of enslavement and segregation.
Carrie Gress thinks feminism has been misguided from the beginning, but ironically, she replicates many of the feminists' worst mistakes.
America's fiscal future may look ominous, but you'll still own stuff.
Marco Rubio presents himself as an advocate for workers and families in his new book, but economic growth might help them more.
Hayek defies ready classification, but his central insights are very much needed in our time.
Is conservativism in America tainted by a long-deceased agitator few people have ever heard of?
The core value of community animates the best thinkers on both the left and the right.
George Gilder questions the fundamentals of modern economics, and sketches the contours of a new paradigm.
The country is caught between two irreconcilable regimes: one informed by liberal ideals, the other by the ethic of anti-discrimination.
It all started with two MIT students who convinced themselves they could make the world better by airing everyone's dirty laundry.
A focus on the philosophical background of Flannery O’Connor allows us to access the deepest meaning of her narrative art.
Effective Altruism and Sam Bankman-Fried's limited experience of the world combined to to create a financial implosion.
Barely-disguised hostilities sometimes belied the rebels’ declared identity as the United States of America.
Left-wing activism is no longer helping anyone but elites themselves.
African Founders corrects some of the ideological uses of black American history.
New critiques of mainstream economics are often half-baked and hyperbolic, but they may still be potent politically.
Woke ideology is an attack on freedom, equal rights, truth-based institutions, and social cohesion.