Something is on the march there. Its character is not at all clear to me.
Capitalism has created great advances, but the consequences of secularization are yet to be seen.
In "Hope Never Dies" by Andrew Shaffer, Barack Obama and Joe Biden are recast as amateur sleuths solving a murder.
Nick Ripatrazone reviews Kindest Regards: New and Selected Poems, by Ted Kooser.
Robert VerBruggen reviews The Fiscalization of Social Policy: How Taxpayers Trumped Children in the Fight against Child Poverty, by Joshua T. McCabe.
Charles J. Sykes reviews The Fall of Wisconsin: The Conservative Conquest of a Progressive Bastion and the Future of American Politics, by Dan Kaufman.
Professor Warren Treadgold has a radical proposal for higher-ed reform.
What can we make of doctors who challenge the conventional wisdom in their fields?
Harry Jaffa’s book Storm over the Constitution is the work of a man clearly in love with the American idea.
George Plimpton once noted “a correlation between the standard of writing about a particular sport and the ball it utilizes.” He called it “the Small Ball Theory” because the editors ...