History, natural law, and Leo Strauss.
The presidency of FDR, from the perspective of the post-Reagan era.
The life of William Jennings Bryan.
Examining the Christian clergy's intellectual and moral leadership during the Civil War.
A review of The Foreign Correspondent: A Novel, by Alan Furst
The gospel of the born-again Religious Left.
Journalism, conspiracy-mongering, and the Iraq War.
The revival of President Harry Truman.
The jurisprudence of Antonin Scalia.
A review of Osman's Dream: The History of the Ottoman Empire, by Caroline Finkel
Nicolas Sarkozy and the future of the French center-right.
Insight into the devolution of America's foreign policy establishment.
Alan Gibson and the study of the founding's historiography.
John Stuart Mill and the shaping of classical liberalism.
A review of Soldiers to CitizenWhy the G.I. Bill was the most successful social welfare program in American history.s: The G.I. Bill and the Making of the Greatest Generation, by Suzanne Mettler
Journalism and the American founding.
What anti-Americanism means, what causes it, and how much it even matters.
A history of foreign involvement in Iraq and what it means for America.
The history of novels, from Burke to Trilling.