Gay marriage, historical amnesia, cultural fragmentation…can there be happier days ahead? And if so, how do we get there?
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.
Progressives today equate Western civilization with racism, sexism, imperialism, homophobia, and other bad things. Ironically, if the West goes down, so do they.
Today’s society offers a multitude of fleeting experiences that promise happiness but leave emptiness. There is a remedy, though…
Savoring the summer begins with one simple word: leisure.
FDR’s constitutional overreach had one positive consequence: it galvanized the opposition and led conservatives to articulate clearly their fundamental principles. Here’s the unknown story of how it happened.
When even popular comedians like Jerry Seinfeld are complaining about the PC culture on college campuses, you know freedom of expression is in trouble.
There’s a simple but powerful antidote to big government control of markets and economy, and it’s more common than you might think.
Here’s my short list of indispensable essays or parts of classic books that you should re-read at least annually…
The creative conservative constantly mines the past looking for creative solutions for the present and creative plans for the future.
A narrow and misguided understanding of freedom is now pervasive, but it is not new.