A Tax on Patriotism
Lions of Europe
Telling friends from enemies in Iraq and Syria is largely a matter of guesswork.
How Not to Spend Political Capital
Today’s students think all reform comes from the state.
Punitive raids won’t destroy ISIS—but they don’t have to.
Wendell Berry’s cure for partisanship
Theories of global power just excuse U.S. hubris.
He’s the heir to Richard Nixon, not Saul Alinsky.
An Aussie considers the virtues and vices of New Zealand.
James Burnham reveals how our oligarchy rules.
How federal housing policies run downtowns out of business
Nicolás Gómez Dávila’s aphorisms are a reactionary’s sharpest weapon.
Self-restraint is the first step to avoiding war.
Masscult drives a wedge between grassroots and elite conservatives.