Kelly Scott Franklin discusses America's first great novelist, James Fenimore Cooper.
Arthur L. Herman reviews Life after Google: The Fall of Big Data and the Rise of the Blockchain Economy, by George Gilder.
John Fonte reviews The Virtue of Nationalism, by Yoram Hazony.
The best-selling novelist elevates the suspense genre through implicit evangelization.
A new book by a prominent Second Amendment lawyer examines the history.
The dogmatic utopianism of elites on both sides of the Atlantic is not without its costs.
The notable thing about today's cohort of college students is that so many of them behave in such ridiculous ways.
Smartphones and other Internet-wired devices have shortened attention spans and created a generation of young people who don’t know what they don’t know.
A new biography of Britain's Lord Liverpool details his political maneuverings in the early 19th century.
Some observations about the Russian Revolution, and about Sean McMeekin’s new revisionist history of it.