King approached racial justice very differently from modern-day activists, stressing the dignity of all human beings.
With so many memories of tyranny, the Baltic States will not relinquish their freedom easily.
Today’s excommunications and fatwas are not issued by thin-skinned bishops or imams. But blasphemy is back on the books.
Conservatives can't simply opt out of the national debate on civics education.
Lloyd was a meticulous scholar who loved life, liberty, and America.
It's not "woke" to restore worthy but neglected contributions to the great tradition.
In a debate between diversity and "hero-worship," both sides miss classical education's role in the current moment.
“On the Balance of Power” recognizes that just causes are often pushed too far.
Axon Enterprise, Inc. v. FTC could have used a curmudgeonly dissent.
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Could the debt ceiling crunch be avoided by the Federal Reserve forgiving treasury debt? Let's hope not.
Every generation must remain vigilant in the defense of liberty.
Rather than focusing students on big common goals and helping them recognize their commonalities, DEI tears them apart.
The nondelegation doctrine is very much alive—but often unrecognized in a different context.
Can a machine have a sense of responsibility––a sense of an "I" living in time?
True virtue is something attained through free inquiry and interaction with the world around us. And that requires genuine self-government.