May/June 2017


Censorship Tale

The Art of Lying

Debunking Trump’s Casus Belli

Intelligence community insiders are getting restless for a whistleblower to step forward.

Front Lines

The Essential Reagan

Craig Shirley delivers another meticulous narrative.

Going Off the Rails?

Trump risks a big backlash if he reneges on his campaign promises.

Latest Language Abuse

How the term “woke” became a litmus test for PC snobs.

Cover Story

The Battle for France

The new intellectualism of cultural anxiety


The ‘Global Order’ Myth

Teary-eyed nostalgia as cover for U.S. hegemony

Andy Jackson’s Populism

It started with a hatred of crony capitalism.

Cory Booker’s Challenge

Can he bend his party or will his party bend him?

An Affordable-Housing Fix

It will require multiple initiatives on numerous fronts.

Stefan Zweig’s Ordeal

The Austrian writer personified Europe’s descent into chaos.

Arts & Letters

Buchanan on Nixon: Triumph and Tragedy

The Hidden Realities of U.S. Incarceration

Can Twin Peaks Make a Comeback?

Benedict Option I: Dreher’s Plaintive Call

Benedict Option II: The Jewish Example

Four keys to sustaining strong, countercultural religious community