In We the Fallen People, Tracy McKenzie takes on the conviction that the moral intuition of the American electorate is the basis for our democratic flourishing. This belief is summarized in the phrase, “America is great because she is good.”
Thomas J. WilsonJanuary 26, 2022
China can only be substantively challenged by a United States that is fully aware of what the Founders sought to offer the world through enshrining their fervent hope for shared and mutually defended liberty and equality for all.
Flynn EvansJanuary 20, 2022
While I am in large agreement with Shadi Hamid’s essay, I find myself a bit underwhelmed for a few reasons.
James R. WoodMarch 25, 2021
Mitchell’s contrast of wokeism with Christianity not only explains our confused and confusing times, but also showcases the truth, beauty, and freeing peace of the true Christian Gospel.
Rebeccah HeinrichsMarch 24, 2021
The Friends of the National World War II Memorial recently announced the charity had received a $2-million grant that will allow the inclusion of President Franklin Roosevelt’s D-Day prayer on the memorial site.
Alan DowdJanuary 22, 2021
The “europeanization” of American politics, far from a reason to rejoice, should be the occasion for wailing and gnashing of teeth.
H. David BaerMay 23, 2020
According to Jonah Goldberg in Suicide of the West, the death of the country will not be the result of civil war but the culmination of a steady rot of the ideas and institutions that produced the liberty and prosperity of the West.
Grayson LogueJuly 30, 2019
Robert Kagan is correct that there are political movements that oppose neoliberal and neoconservative universalism. Authoritarianism is one of them. So, too, is Tocquevillian liberalism.
Joshua MitchellMay 2, 2019
As young Christians continue to rediscover the religion’s historical ethical tradition, their affinity for Niebuhr is likely to continue to abate.
Justin HawkinsJanuary 17, 2019