A naval arms race is under way between the United States and China.
Fresh commentary on some of the most important books in law, politics, and culture.
John von Heyking offers a truly novel take on Winston Churchill that examines his genuine and long-lasting friendships.
What is China's grand strategy and what should the United States do about it?
Jonathan Marks presents the case for why, now more than ever, conservatives must not give up on higher education.
Despite their shortcomings, protest movements have been indispensable for American democracy.
The debate regarding which Bible kids should read in school was about whether Catholic immigrants should have the full rights of American citizenship.
Solzhenitsyn conveys deep truths and lost opportunities that might have saved Russia.
Is government intervention the only viable response to Big Tech's monopoly?
Is our consent to constitutional self-governance a kind of fiction?
Woke capitalism desires to exclude those who don't subscribe to the usual progressive orthodoxies.
Poe understood that scientism, the belief that science was the only true guide in life, would have an enormous influence on American public life.
By discerning the will of the lawmaker, jurists can apply “old answers to new questions” in a way that preserves the integrity of the Constitution.
In his poetry, Walt Whitman shows how Americans can overcome their divisions.
Faith, Nationalism, and the Future of Liberal Democracy takes neither faith nor nationalism seriously.
Spencer Roane’s ardent defense of state sovereignty and Jeffersonian republicanism rub against the traditional story of early nineteenth-century America.
Since humans are created in the image of God, they possess dignity, which has implications for freedom—including economic freedom.
What is the conservative answer to Black Lives Matter?
Bringing old gods to the new democratic city, Yves Simon shows how Catholic thought can defend democracy.