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Tocqueville: The Antidote to R...

Apr 25, 2018 by

Taylor Samuelson – America’s history challenges and puzzles every young American. Howard Zinn, known for his book A...

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Why We Should Study the Histor...

Jan 22, 2018 by

Over the years I have gotten into trouble more than a few times for things I have written or said in public, but I suppose the chief...

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10 Essential Books for Roundin...

Jan 4, 2018 by

Jed Donahue – “What books should I be reading? Where do I start for a well-rounded education?” Ever feel like you’re getting...

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The Rhetoric of an Excellent E...

Dec 5, 2017 by

Chad Chisholm – The word rhetoric is thrown about in mostly negative ways—accuse someone of employing rhetoric and you have...

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Why You Need to Read Literatur...

Nov 29, 2017 by

  Gracy Olmstead – College is full of books: textbooks and biographies, encyclopedias and novels, history books and essays. You...

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Why Your Argument Against Big ...

Oct 22, 2017 by

Patrick M. Garry – Since the New Deal, advocates for a stronger federal government have used poor, working-class, and...

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What Does America Mean?

Sep 7, 2017 by

The following is excerpted from Wilfred M. McClay’s excellent little book, A Student’s Guide to U.S. History. American...

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Black Conservatism in America ...

Jun 16, 2017 by

IR: How do you begin a conversation with an African American progressive about the merits of conservatism? What’s your elevator...

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A Student’s Guide to Lib...

Jun 9, 2017 by

James V. Schall, SJ – The following is excerpted from Schall’s excellent little book, A Student’s Guide to Liberal...

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What a Successful College Care...

Apr 18, 2017 by

R.J. Snell – In his widely discussed book Excellent Sheep, William Deresiewicz ponders why the interests and imagined...

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Ludwig Erhard: Architect of a ...

Feb 21, 2017 by

Lawrence Reed – How rare and refreshing it is for the powerful to understand the limitations of power and actually repudiate...

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What a Columnist Is, and How t...

Nov 28, 2016 by

Timothy Carney – The title “columnist” is heavy with the weight of ages past. The word evokes the almost archaic notion of a...

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Truth or Propaganda?

Oct 19, 2016 by

Stella Morabito – If you can’t ask a candid question of a professor or fellow students without fear of retribution, you aren’t...

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Fit for President: Our Percept...

Aug 31, 2016 by

Gary L. Gregg II – America is in the midst of its quadrennial spectacle of democracy called our presidential election cycle....

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Six Questions You Couldn’...

May 1, 2016 by

  1. Questions You Couldn’t Ask Your Liberal Professor 1 2. : What advice do you have for college conservatives who are...

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Liberalism’s Intellectual Bank...

Jan 27, 2016 by

Frank Meyer – The intellectual bankruptcy of the collectivist Liberalism which has dominated American thought for the past half...

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When Good Intentions Aren’t Go...

Sep 23, 2015 by

From Color Blindness to Quotas Affirmative action is now approaching middle age. We are five decades into this exercise in social...

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Culture Is in the Grits

Aug 29, 2015 by

By John Horvat II – Your college experience may be characterized by the desire to look beyond your origins and explore the...

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On Not Stealing Linguistic Scr...

Jul 30, 2015 by

By Charles C. W. Cooke – The following is a response to Daniel B. Klein’s essay “A Plea Regarding ‘Liberal,’” which appears in...

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The Benedict Option Isn’t One...

Jul 20, 2015 by

By John Zmirak – Q: What is the Benedict Option? A: I’m not sure. Neither is its popularizer, Rod Dreher. (Dreher didn’t invent...

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