Author Archives: Emile A. Doak
Sohrab Ahmari was right about that much. Those who try are only furthering an old consensus that’s withering away.
He quibbles over political means rather than ends, with little idea of what he actually wants to conserve.
It’s a place with unique customs that people are proud of. Why do country singers get this but so many scholars don’t?
As the traditional conservative coalition unravels, the faithful must provide a better way. A recent AEI panel discussed the possibilities.
One photographer travels to Trump Country and explores the divisions we don’t always even know are there.
Postwar development patterns have pitted the ideals of permanence and place against each other.
Identity rights are slowly pushing religious beliefs outside Constitutional limits.
What is the role of our pornography-obsessed culture?
Linda Sarsour’s fundraising scheme shows partisan underbelly of disaster response.
What changes in country music say about the Trump phenom nationwide.
Why they think Rod Dreher is wrong.
The “consistent life ethic” undermines arguments against both.
Our representatives shouldn’t prioritize foreign conflicts over the domestic common good.
from The American Conservative