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The National Interest: To Many Refugees, America Is Still the Land of Hope

10/15/2021

Yet even at its ugliest, the United States has looked like a haven of sanity in a world gone mad.

National Review: The Freedom Letter to the Romans

09/22/2021

The Letter to the Romans introduced two great themes into the bloodstream of the West: human equality and human freedom.

National Review: A New Order for the Ages

09/14/2021

America’s founding generation absorbed Virgil’s Aeneid and the lessons of Rome.

National Review: Cicero: A Republic — If You Can Keep It

09/07/2021

Can Americans recover Cicero’s insights into human nature and the nature of political power?

National Review: Bologna: Birthplace of the University

08/31/2021

The modern university could use some intellectual nourishment, Bolognese-style.

National Review: Pliny’s Problem with Christianity — and Ours

08/24/2021

The Christians who confounded Pliny, who faced death rather than bow to the idols of their age, embraced a profound imperative from their Teacher and Lord.

National Review: 1776: A Lockean Revolution

07/15/2021

This English philosopher had a hand in two of the greatest political revolutions for human freedom in world history. That’s a legacy worth recalling this July 4.

National Review: Anti-Semitism Is an Attack on American Principles

06/08/2021

America and Jews owe each other a great debt. An attack on one is an attack on both.

National Review: How C. S. Lewis Accepted Christianity

04/07/2021

His friend J. R. R. Tolkien provided a compelling, ingenious argument, one worth remembering this Easter Sunday.

National Review: An American Defense of Britain’s Constitutional Monarchy

03/23/2021

The royal family is not simply an important part of British culture. It represents a valuable political inheritance, one to which Americans owe a great deal.