How has the Republic managed to inspire tyrannical hubris as well as reflective openness?
The fall of Rome, as much as its rise, continues to rivet us.
There are more things in the laws of heredity than were dreamt of in Mendel’s philosophy.
It’s one thing to say that Adam Smith is not Milton Friedman but quite another to say that he is not Adam Smith.
In the spiritual war for the disaffected youth on the right, conservatism is losing. BAPism is winning.
As the justices sharpen their quills, they could do worse than to have an open copy of Peter Wallison’s book at hand.
Harry Jaffa stands as a champion of the primacy of reason and nature against the primacy of will and power.
An impressive achievement, George Will's latest book deserves to take its place among the classics of conservatism.
Senator Tom Cotton weaves his own personal history into this loving description of The Old Guard.
Ben Shapiro’s new book lays out a succinct defense of Western civilization.
If nothing else, Joseph Ellis proves that you can’t write history in the present tense.
Jill Abramson is the perfect representative of an industry in terminal decline.