Too often, those who claim to speak for beleaguered minorities are actually condescending to them.
Jennifer Roback Morse’s The Sexual State provides a comprehensive, well-documented analysis of the Sexual Revolution and outlines what seems to be a more livable and politically viable alternative.
There was, in living memory, a brief, shining moment of moral clarity in Polish politics. It might have been hoped that the lessons of the 1980s would have led Poland to model a new depth of debate in politics, rather than recycling the shallowness and shrillness found in much of the democratic world today.
In an interview with Kathryn Jean Lopez of National Review Online, EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner discusses his new book and explains why he’s hopeful about politics despite the current state of affairs.
The New Deal’s intellectual core, that the federal government should vigorously act to correct market failures, remains at the center of what Americans expect from Washington. Donald Trump’s nomination and election proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that even a majority of Republicans agree.
The men that are the standard-bearers of conservatism need to make a greater effort to cultivate conservative women’s voices in the public square.
The excellent HBO series Chernobyl offers an overdue glimpse into the leviathan of lies that was the Soviet system.