If we truly believe men and women to be equal, then does that include the capacity for mistakes?
G.K. Chesterton believed we have something to learn from the controversial and inflammatory Dominican friar Savonarola. Was he right?
Their coalitions are co-existing uneasily—which could mean a shift and even a third-party challenger.
While public opinion has softened toward socialism, the public’s perception of what socialism is has shifted.
If Darwinism was true, did it need to be touted as “still true?”
The future will judge us. If we are fortunate, our descendants will extend to us more understanding and mercy than we have recently shown our ancestors.
AOC has enjoyed a meteoric rise in American politics. If she intends to have a lasting impact, then she should study the career of Margaret Thatcher.
They Shall Not Grow Old is an extremely painful and powerful film to watch.
Richard Nixon's opening to China and not Watergate is what defined his presidency.
Looking back, it seems odd that the avatar of international communism and the exalted founder of the now pro-capitalist Republican Party were ideological bedfellows.
"The government is in us; we are the government, you and I."
Booker T. Washington indeed might have sought reconciliation between white and black, but his call was truly to his own race alone to educate themselves and to work hard to improve mind and character.
It appears that the genre of young-man-in-Mom’s-basement is no longer looked down upon but is in fact extolled as a viable career choice.
Why are so many people persuaded by bad arguments?
The Bolshevik coup d’état brought an end to the first democratic experiment in the history of Russia, thwarting the consolidation of liberal democracy in the Slavic country.
The self-proclaimed woke are fast asleep, but you don’t have to be.
The difference between the liberality of the liberal arts and the censorship imposed by political liberals is that advocates of the liberal arts invite the “heretics” to the great conversation whereas political liberals seek to silence them as dangerous dissidents.
Cosmopolitans seek to tear down walls, literally and figuratively.
Both parties suffer from nostalgia for a “very peculiar kind of postwar moment” and both sides are fed up with the status quo, but for very different reasons.
A clear vision of manhood from an American hero.
Plato's Republic sheds profound light on the real problem.
Is Mr. Stone guilty of his alleged crimes? We don’t know.
The motif of the era we are living through has emerged as one of rebellion against the establishment and the oligarchy that perpetuates it. The larger question is whether some politically amorphous dissident army can upend the status quo.
Is Tucker Carlson right to argue that the free market can be destructive to the family?
Although many, including President Teddy Roosevelt, saw eugenics as a social good, G. K. Chesterton was not among them.
Each building has a voice, and each city, town, or village is merely a collection of those voices.
With the post-war German economy in ruins, a little-known economist named Ludwig Erhard suggested a bold kick start: replace the old currency with the Deutsche Mark and lift all economic controls. It worked. The German economy boomed.
The worst example of how little things have changed is the movie I, Tonya.