Philosophy

  • Rebranding the Right
    October 2020

    Rebranding the Right

    In his latest book, Andrew Bacevich argues the "conservative brand" has been tarnished by popular personalities like Trump and Rush Limbaugh. But conservatism is not a brand nor an ideology—it is a disposition and is no place for purity tests.
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  • Secession Becomes Thinkable
    October 2020

    Secession Becomes Thinkable

    America is coming apart and is "already two nations," F. H. Buckley argues. Once unthinkable, a breakup looks increasingly likely. But can it be done constitutionally and peacefully? Donald Livingston reviews Buckley's case in "American Secession."
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  • Remembering Russell Kirk
    October 2020

    Remembering Russell Kirk

    Kirk taught conservatives about the need to engage the culture on levels other than those of law and politics. The conservative, Kirk insisted, must speak on core concerns not normally addressed in public policy manuals.
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  • Death of a Propositional Nation
    October 2020

    Death of a Propositional Nation

    The American nation is being destroyed for failing to live up to the ideal of equality. No part of American heritage is safe from destruction in the name of equality, not even that of equality's chief proponent, Abraham Lincoln.
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  • Up From Libertarianism
    October 2020

    Up From Libertarianism

    Libertarianism was a way forward for those disillusioned with America's two-party system, but it is now clear that the ideals of liberty have been subverted by the left. Only political power can preserve the cultural and ethnic roots of America.
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  • Evil That Good May Come
    September 2020

    Evil That Good May Come

    "Not one of the four articles debating the pros and cons of dropping the Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki presents the orthodox Christian evaluation of that earth-shattering decision." Letters from a priest and columnist Diana West.
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