The publication of a new biography of Dr. Russell Kirk should be an event of interest to all traditional conservatives. Not only did Russell Kirk likely do more than anyone else in his day to explain what it meant to be conservative, but the conservatism he believed in is increasingly at odds with that which is promulgated by neoconservatives and political opportunists today.
In his new book, Anthony Esolen critiques the critical failings of many of our institutions — beginning with modern schools — to educate our youth and to encourage them in the pursuit of virtue.
With Western civilization under attack from "cultured despisers" within and hostile civilizations without, a political philosopher undertakes a defense of the Western understanding of individual liberty as the fruit of Christian teaching.
Once described as “Putin's Brain,” Aleksandr Dugin continues to advocate renewed conflict between Russia and the West as part of an ongoing conflict between "Land" and "Sea" in which his Eurasianist ideology holds the key to Russian victory over the West.
After eight years of Obama, many have forgotten just how damaging the Clintons were as well — and this books reminds us why we do not want them back in power.
In Medicare’s Victims: How the U.S. Government’s Largest Health Care Program Harms Patients and Impairs Physicians, David Hogberg demonstrates that Medicare is far from the success story that the media and politicians would have us believe it is.