A relentless critic of FDR, John T. Flynn fought tooth and nail against the New Deal, corporatism, foreign interventionism, and the welfare-warfare state.
FROM THE MARCH ISSUE
Soldiers of Burden
Outsourcing Duty tackles the issues that arise in countries where a large majority of citizens avoid military service and isolate themselves from the risks and moral responsibilities that soldiers face.
Zero Plus Ten
Harald Jähner's Aftermath offers a panoramic view of the process of recovery for Germans in all occupation zones during the first 10 years after World War II.
Stan Evans: Unsung Hero of the Right
Despite his significant contributions to the post-WWII right in America, M. Stanton Evans is not as well-known as his many accomplishments warrant. Steven Hayward's new biography sets the record straight.
Of Innovators and Men
The forces of innovation, guided by the power elite, are directed against traditional societies and the objective moral order.
The Disintegrating Blue Line
Being a cop in America isn’t so cool anymore.
Familiarity Breeds Contempt
Creating a sense of moral obligation to outsiders is one of Christianity’s singular achievements. But the full genius of historical Christianity was shown by its ability to do this without falling into a suicidal universalism.
The Myth of Draconianism
Punishment has become a bad word, but it shouldn’t be.
On Unjust Peace
The Ukrainian invasion may not have happened if the American government had not tried to push NATO to the borders of Russia. Conflict happens in international relations and does not require woke ideological hysteria as a response.
Syria: A Merciful Regime-Change Failure
The failure of the American-instigated jihadist rebellion in Syria is a good thing. America’s involvement in a faraway land, where no vital U.S. interest exists, was and is an inherently bad idea.
Climate Science Makes a Bad Religion
Climate ideology derives its power from its resemblance to religion. But it's a poor substitute for a real faith.
Stifling Dissent, One Publisher at a Time
The deplatforming of Arktos Press by an influential American book distributor is an ominous sign of the disappearance of intellectual freedom in the West.
Recent Lowlights in the Woke Capture of Our Once-Venerable Institutions
The leading liberal institutions of civil society have been captured by far-left activists, who are busy embarrassing themselves of late.
The Ephemeral and the Historic
The International Criminal Court’s sham indictment of Vladimir Putin for war crimes is overshadowed by China’s truly historic rise in diplomacy.
Arrest That Man–Crime to Follow!
Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg's case against former President Trump for alleged hush-money crimes is "legally pathetic."
All the Conspiracy That’s Fit to Print
Conspiracy theories against the right don't need much proof to make it into the pages of The New York Times.
Ron DeSantis Joins the Fight for Sanity Against the Foreign Policy Blob
The truth is that the vitriolic reaction to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis this week says everything about the foreign blob’s personal and vocational insecurities, and nothing about DeSantis’ call for measured prudence in Eastern Europe.
Destroy the Mexican Drug Cartels
It is past time to focus in earnest on extirpating America's massive problem south of the border.
Feminism, Italian Style
The woke, bisexual new leader of Italy’s Democratic Party, Elly Schlein, offers no real challenge to Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni and the Brothers of Italy Party.
White Man Down: Frustration Is Not Racism
"Dilbert" creator Scott Adams gets the racist label for voicing aloud his frustration with anti-white racism.
2024: 3 Leaders, 1 Way to Win
A Trump-DeSantis face-off in the Republican primaries could be costly for the party, but whichever candidate wins the nomination will need to reclaim the Rust Belt in order to beat Biden.
Hungary’s Orbán: Europe Should Distance Itself from the United States
As the NATO proxy war in Ukraine reached its first anniversary, Hungary’s leaders suggested investigating the U.S. for the Nord Stream sabotage, and creating a new European alliance—without the U.S.
The Unmentionable Paleoconservatives
Unlike the rigid groupthink of the American conservative establishment, paleoconservatism offers latitude for serious debate grounded in time-honored principles.
Parents and Children Are the GOP Future
Heading in to the 2024 elections, the GOP has a unique opportunity to brand itself as the children-first party by actively opposing the Mexican drug cartels and corporate wokeism.
Vivek Ramaswamy and the Propositional Nation
The latest Republican to announce his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election offers a vision of the American identity as a set of ideals rather than a shared historical experience.
The World Bank’s Green Imperialism
The World Bank is the financial arm by which the liberal international order exercises control over poor and developing nations.
Israel’s Judicial Reform Shows Growing Left-Right Divide Among Jews
The division among Jews worldwide regarding Israeli judicial reforms represents a growing gulf between Jewish liberals and conservatives, or "globalists" and "localists."