Post-Liberalism

Canada as America’s Post-liberal Counterpart 

For most of Canada’s history, it has represented a Tory, conservative, anti-American revolutionary counterpart to the United States

Review of Sohrab Ahmari’s Tyranny, Inc.

Ahmari’s book is a welcome contribution to the public debate on the limits of free market enterprise.

A New Vital Center?

Patrick Deneen’s new book Regime Change reviewed

John Locke, Shaftesbury & Drag Queens

Sometimes Pharaoh’s Egypt, however cruel, seems safer than any promised land.

A Liberalism Worth Saving: What’s Missing From the Debate Over Liberalism

Conservative liberals are increasingly missing from the debate over liberalism, even as liberalism faces some of its most serious challenges.

Catholics Are Debating Liberalism – Are Protestants Now Too?

Patrick Deneen’s 2014 article, “A Catholic Showdown Worth Watching,” now seems like ancient history.  Its observations about the divide between…

Economists as the High Priests of Liberalism

We have to be far, far more critical of which measurements we can take as proxies for a healthy nation. Economists can’t make these distinctions and libertarians don’t want to.

ALEXANDER DUGIN: Critique, Confrontation, and Chrysalis

Alexander Dugin is a serious scholar, a genuine intellectual, and a provocative social scientist who may be not unworthily pronounced the most formidable theoretical opponent of Western liberalism since Lenin.

Is Putin Right To Call The West ‘Satanic’? 

For Orthodox Archpriest Alexander Novopashin, “Satanism” is really a synonym for entropy, or “the Evil that dissolves societies like a hydra with its many tentacles”.