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Why Boris Won — And How The GOP Might

'Trumpism Without Trump': Andrew Sullivan on the meaning of the Tory landslide
Rod Dreher December 13, 2019

Black Evangelical: ‘White People, Chill Out’

Letter from a conservative black Christian reader on the rise of a minority within a minority
Rod Dreher December 7, 2019

Gardening During Cultural Wartime

Why conservatives have to keep up the resistance, even though the culture war has been lost
Rod Dreher November 25, 2019

What To Do When The Chikin Is Chicken?

Chick-fil-A's culture-war capitulation reveals the weakness of the fusionist conservative narrative? But nobody on the Right has a better answer
Rod Dreher November 21, 2019

Bill Barr’s Blindness — And Our Own

It's not morning in America. We're just living the long twilight
Rod Dreher November 19, 2019

Roger Scruton In His Glory

The great man, who did so much for the anti-communist resistance, is honored in Prague
Rod Dreher November 16, 2019

Letter From A ‘Benedict Option’ Convert

In 2016, this conservative Catholic thought the book was 'defeatist'. He's reading it with fresh eyes now
Rod Dreher November 13, 2019

The Grateful Acre, The Prairie Of Pain

Will Arbery's much-discussed play is about suffering and the human condition
Rod Dreher October 15, 2019

Viktor Orban Among The Christians

An extraordinary afternoon session with the controversial Hungarian prime minister
Rod Dreher September 9, 2019

French-Ahmari: A Report From The Scene

A clash that exemplified the divide in contemporary US conservatism
Rod Dreher September 6, 2019