Denying the left the use of the term liberal isn’t enough. The right has to prove it is the worthy heir of such a great inheritance.
Reclaiming the word "liberal" for conservatism may take time. Here are some options to begin.
There’s no point trying to reclaim “liberal” for conservatism: it’s beyond saving.
What’s the best way to describe a classical conservative? How about “liberal”? Daniel B. Klein explains why the term should not be relinquished to the left.
The new Federal law, simplified and condensed for your convenience by Anthony Esolen. Equally hilarious, terrifying, and true. Break at your own risk.
Supposing culture were going to the dogs and the pits, what should we do? Whatever it is, the Benedict Option isn’t a relevant choice.
It took public pressure, high stakes, a French general, a “Greek chorus” of conservatives, and a quiet conversation over bourbon to change Goldwater’s mind.
Maybe “dignity” should go on George Orwell’s list of meaningless words, right up there with “science” and “progressive,” but at least we’re talking about it.
Many societies simply aren’t ready for liberal democracy. And despite America’s good intentions, interventionism can cause more harm than good.
Business is, at its essence, about dealing with people. So how to succeed in business is to learn about people. And I can think of no better source than Shakespeare.
Gay marriage, historical amnesia, cultural fragmentation…can there be happier days ahead? And if so, how do we get there?