Interpreting the presidential speeches of Abraham Lincoln.
Interpretive disagreements about Dante reflect two persistant and divergent rhetorical models.
Is the Constitution undemocratic?
Examining Christopher Wolfe's defense of natural law liberalism.
The life and soul of Alexis de Tocqueville.
The story of how Thatcher, Reagan, and the Pope contributed to fall of the Soviet Union.
A review of God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, by Christopher Hitchens
A devastating critique of the intellectual state of the Left and the academic world it dominates.
The CIA serves not the United States but its own corporate interests and its partisan vision.
The democratization of American political oratory.
Manent warns Europe against leaving the political behind.
John Gross and the art of the anecdote.
A review of Architecture of Democracy, by Allan Greenberg
What is the place of religion in American politics?