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


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


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


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.

National Review: Churchill’s Prophetic Warning: ‘An Iron Curtain Has Descended’


Seventy-five years ago, Churchill dared to imagine the end of the Cold War, before it even began.

National Review: For the Love of Country, Pull Back from the Brink


The future of conservatism, and the nation, depends on coming together and restoring faith in the American story.

The Federalist: How the Suffering of World Wars Seeded the Creativity of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis


“If they won’t write the kinds of books we want to read,” Lewis announced to Tolkien, “we shall have to write them ourselves.”

National Review: Reagan’s Fight for American Renewal, Revisited


The Gipper’s first inaugural address revived the concept of American exceptionalism, while stressing national unity.

National Review: Walter Hooper, R.I.P.


The American who more than anyone else brought C.S. Lewis to the world has passed away at the age of 89.

Wall Street Journal: Preserving the Legacy of C.S. Lewis


At 89, Walter Hooper hasn’t lost his enthusiasm for the celebrated author.

National Review: Resisting the Leviathan: The Mayflower Compact


The Mayflower Compact, signed 400 years ago this week, helped lay a foundation for America’s commitment to government by consent of the governed.