Reviews of Books

Selling America Short, and Nasty

Selling America Short, and Nasty

The Empire Has No Tailors

A review of 

Freedom Fighters and Terrorists

A review of A Citizen's Guide to Terrorism and Counterterrorism, by Christopher C. Harmon

Seeds of Monarchy?

A review of 

Originalist Sin

A review of 

A Broadside for Liberty

A review of Terms of Engagement: How Our Courts Should Enforce the Constitution’s Promise ...

Agreeing to Disagree

A review of The Rise and Decline of American Religious Freedom, by Steven D. Smith   T ...

Thou Shalt Not Steal

The social teaching of the Catholic Church is a sizeable cloak of many colors.

The Income Inequality Racket

A review of 

The Private Faces of Public Virtue

As much as Machiavelli, who in the Discourses on Livy observed that a “corrupt people,” if it should obtain freedom, “can hardly preserve it,” Myron Magnet believes that private virtue is essential to the

A Riddle Wrapped in an Enigma

Jonathan Swift was one of the most secretive men who ever lived, the Howard Hughes of 18th-century Britain. Given how well-known his name is today, it comes as a surprise to learn that most of his writings were initially published anonymously.

Sense and Sensibility

Joseph Epstein is the author of scores of elegant literary essays and many excellent short stories.

Rebel with a Better Cause

Does any conservative understand the American Left better than David Horowitz? 

City Limits

A review of Metamorphoses of the City: On the Western Dynamic, by Pierre Manent, translated by Marc LePain