Author Archives: Grayson Quay
It’s a culture shock for our city slicker writer, but always worth it.
The show started as a critique of our civic virtue. It ended as an insult to our taste.
Disturbing new polls suggest voters only believe sexual assault when the other party is accused of it.
Instead of free exchange, we’re dissolving into Twitter niche communities and destroying pluralism.
We’ve reached a point where any partisan adversary must be a criminal. How do we put that genie back in the bottle?
It’s in unassuming towns like Ashtabula that we learn to love place and community.
Identity politics demands that we “educate ourselves.” So why are its practitioners so often ignorant of religious belief?
He’s inspired many, but underneath lies a pessimism that his message may be too little too late.
He exposed it as lazy and self-satisfied. But a new introspection suggests it may be stirring on the floor.
Back then our world seemed perfect. So why did we rage against it?
The big pro-gun control demonstration in Washington had some things to criticize and much to admire.
Unfortunately this adaptation of a beloved book did not escape the butchery of Hollywood secularism.
The movie pits natural affections for those close to us against abstract conceptions of humanity.
And learning to appreciate him in one of the least hospitable environments imaginable.
“Yes, Prime Minister” is still the best political spoof around, and it has fresh relevance today.
America’s lack of distinction between political and cultural power has left nothing sacred.
Otherwise it will collapse under the weight of its own lack of discernment.
Or perhaps into recent history. A visit to a Spanish Civil War-era mass grave offers portents for today’s independence declaration.
Yet they choose to ignore it. Have they become too statist and shortsighted?
from The American Conservative