Talent, be it musical or rhetorical, is wonderful until it’s directed toward absurd or corrupt ends. Continue Reading »
The fight for freedom can be intoxicating. Defining it has proved more difficult.
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Poland’s victorious Law and Justice party will face significant challenges over the next few years of its rule. Continue Reading »
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Understanding the upheavals of American conservatism requires the study of its history—in particular, the fortunes of Frank Meyer, inventor of the Cold War synthesis that reigned for decades as conservative orthodoxy and has only recently met with serious challenge. Like many other figures . . . . Continue Reading »
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