Re-examining Reagan's legacy.
The split on the Left over foreign policy.
George Soros and the 2004 election.
Left and Right illustrations of the polarization of U.S. foreign policy.
Examining the creation of the United Nations and its future usefulness.
Is the U.S. -Canadian relationship really at its historical worst?
When did Progressivism die?
The Wilsonian nature of modern America.
France could have taken liberal roads during Napoleon's rule, if Napoleon had wanted to.
Could America have won its independence without Washington?
How can Jefferson be rescued from the contemporary historians' obsession with sex and slavery?
The great days of theology are worth remembering.
Lincoln knew the political principles underlying our nation depend upon faith in a God who rules all.
The framers system of structural protection for individual and minority rights, or an aristocracy of the robe?
Seeking a golden mean in which rights are taken seriously in courts of law and public policy is made democratically.
A review of The End of Blackness, by Debra J. Dickerson
Patient moral reflection is required if science is to promote human flourishing, not undermine it.
The McKinley and the Bush Administrations shatter the stereotypes of American conservatism.
A modern Prince for both political leaders and citizens, who need to know how to judge their leaders' performance.
Tocqueville unveiled at last?
If you really want to learn something about Shakespeare, go back to the plays.
Was William Butler Yeats the greatest poet of the twentieth century?
A review of the Slaughterhouse Cases and the Fourteenth Amendment.