Did Heidegger systematically distort the meaning of philosophy to make it serve the ends of Nazi propaganda, asks Steven B. Smith in the Spring 2010 issue of the Claremont Review of Books
Alexis de Tocqueville was a lifelong friend of America and liberty, writes Daniel J. Mahoney in the Spring 2010 issue of the Claremont Review of Books.
Given the degree to which religious and anti-religious despotism still plague much of the world, Montesquieu remains intensely relevant, writes Diana Schaub in the Spring 2010 issue of the Claremont Review of Books
What divides Americans are not generation gaps but the differences between those who cherish their country’s way of life and those who disdain it as an obstacle to the pursuit of pleasure.
Lucas Morel at NoLeftTurns
brings our attention to a lengthy newspaper article that illuminates the moral cost of in vitro fertilization.
Of course, Americans are free to consider anything they wish when presented with presidential candidates, but things have changed since the last time a Mormon sought our nation's highest office.
Frank Pastore, a staunch pro-lifer and currently backing Mitt Romney for President, can't resist proclaiming Romney's Mormon faith is a cult. Ah, but "By their fruits ye shall know them."
Columnist Kathleen Parker follows up the close (5-4) Supreme Court vote on the federal partial birth abortion ban with a withering assault on pro-aborts' deceptive speech.
David Foster is an associate professor of political science at Ashland University.
Gregg Frazer is Professor of History & Political Studies at The Master's College in Santa Clarita, CA.
Anthony Fucaloro is George C.S. Benson Professor of Public Relations at Claremont McKenna College.
Steven Forde is professor of political science at the University of North Texas.
Matthew J. Franck is professor and chairman of political science at Radford University in Virginia. His most recent book (with Richard G. Stevens) is Sober As a Judge: The Supreme Court and Republican Liberty
William T. Lee, former Senior Intelligence Officer during the Cold War and tireless advocate of national missile defense, has died. In addition to serving his country in intelligence, Mr. Lee wrote six books and numerous articles, notably on the ballistic missile defenses of the Soviet Union and Russia. The Center for Security Policy has posted this tribute.