The media’s coverage of presidential drama is causing us to forget what’s real—and Trump himself isn’t solely to blame.
The month after Christmas and New Year’s Eve can be a frigid letdown. Here are a few thoughts on how to add warmth and cheer.
For traditional souls, crunchy cons, and all those curious about American culture and politics.
What the Grinch and one very difficult Christmas taught me about redemption.
As the Trumpian GOP falls in Virginia and Alabama, it’s time for the religious right to find another path.
Amazon’s “Mrs. Maisel” is a bit fanciful but a fun rendering of jilted housewife-turns-comedienne in the 1960’s.
A response to Pat Buchanan’s column here at TAC.
Grateful folk to crazed discount hunters in 24 hours? Blame the perversion of Christmas.
But this new Poirot mystery has its own flavor and polish.
A tool of murder or a totem of liberty, this is how they can both be wrong.
James K.A. Smith’s new book explores the heart-shaping power of our habits.
Technology can undermine selfless, honest relationships—but it doesn’t have to.
Conservative realism has a champion in Reagan’s Swiss ambassador.
Matthew Crawford targets virtual reality and the epistemological frauds we’ve believed since the Enlightenment.
The farmer-novelist on politics, faith, land, and economy
Forrest Pritchard shows how sustainable agriculture and generational attachments can save the family farm.
Wendell Berry’s cure for partisanship
Young musicians take an entrepreneurial approach to the canon.
How riverside parks & hotels threaten a model of American urbanism
The generational ties that sustained America’s farms are breaking down under the weight of individualism.