Art & Culture
“When the Steel Door of the Prison Cell Closes, It Closes for Good…”
An Excerpt from 'Conviction Machine'
By Harvey A. Silverglate | February 21, 2020
Graduates Who Know Little and Can’t Think
Feb 19, 2020 /
John M. Ellis
An excerpt from 'The Breakdown of Higher Education.'
‘Land of Hope’ Wins ISI Conservative Book of the Year
Jan 27, 2020
Roger Scruton, 1944–2020
Jan 22, 2020 /
r the years, I several times had the honor of introducing Roger Scruton at events organized by
The New Criterion
, Encounter Books, and other like-minded enterprises.
02 24, 2020
Pundits and political scientists identified structural advantages that Republicans had in presidential elections an… https://t.co/uNVT3rOzYE
From Norms to Reform
Jan 21, 2020 /
An Excerpt from 'Who Killed Civil Society?'
On the Life and Work of Peter Collier
Nov 20, 2019 /
Peter Collier, 1939-2019
Nov 07, 2019
Glenn Harlan Reynolds on Social Media Mobs and the Last Hope for Digital Free Speech
Oct 29, 2019 /
Close Encounters: Episode V
How Partisan Polarized Parity Came into Being
Oct 24, 2019 /
An Excerpt from 'How America's Political Parties Change (and How They Don't)'
Sep 27, 2019 /
An Excerpt from 'Reclaiming Common Sense'
The Coming Space War with China
Sep 18, 2019 /
An Excerpt from 'Deceiving the Sky'
The Newspaperman Was a Mole
Aug 08, 2019 /
An Excerpt from 'The Millionaire Was a Soviet Mole'
The Parasite That Crosses Divides
Jul 18, 2019 /
An Excerpt from 'False Positive'
The Case for Prudence
Jul 11, 2019
A Review of 'Old Whigs' in the Wall Street Journal
Jun 20, 2019 /
An Excerpt From 'Old Whigs'
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