Author Archives: John R. Coyne Jr.
Victor Davis Hanson sees in the president shades of Achilles and Ajax. And maybe that’s just what the country needs.
His books, easy and elegant, attempted to relate how unimaginable war really was.
A veteran writer offers up a vivid portrait of William F. Buckley and the early conservative movement.
The inside story of the Nixon presidency as told by TAC founding editor Patrick J. Buchanan.
As his friend Ronald Reagan might have put it, “Not bad, Bill, not bad at all.”
The colorful history of encyclopedias, dictionaries, and atlases—the original search engines
Is there a politics of punctuation?
A famed copy editor’s journey from cheese factory and the Teamsters to “prose goddess” at The New Yorker
The use and abuse of oratory artistry
from The American Conservative