Author Archives: Bradley J. Birzer
The author of The Handmaid’s Tale is no statist ideologue.
Stranger Things provides a rush of nostalgia for children of the ’80s.
Two sides of the American republican tradition.
To Russell Kirk, sociologist Robert Nisbet represented one of the finest conservative minds of the twentieth century.
The historian cannot reduce his subject to a set of facts. He must get to know the man.
J.J. Strang was stranger than fiction.
Pundit Kat Timpf is both tenacious and principled.
Why conservatives should give two cheers for Camille Paglia
James Otteson dissects the moral and economic contradictions of collectivism.
Russell Kirk’s revisions trace the right’s evolution—and his own.
Has the right learned Hayek’s lesson any better than the left?
Can Christian humanism redeem an age of ideology?
How Adam Smith and Edmund Burke saved civilization
C.S. Lewis’s Lost Aeneid: Arms and the Exile, A.T. Reyes, ed., Yale University Press, 256 pages
The American Way of War: How Bush’s Wars Became Obama’s, Tom Engelhardt, …
from The American Conservative