Watch the interview and order the book.
Wilson argues cogently that humanity, both in its biology and its culture, is a product of evolution.
It is Marini’s special achievement to have married populism and a defense of the Constitution in terms of natural rights.
In his newly relevant book, Richard Aldous explains how Reagan’s strategic vision Thatcher’s bracing intellect sometimes clashed.
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A review of From Fire, by Water: My Journey to the Catholic Faith, by Sohrab Ahmari.
A review of The Case for Trump, by Victor Davis Hanson.
National Review asked some writers and collectors to describe their personal libraries. Here’s how they replied.
Why does Mallon think readers might want to revisit those days when real patriots ordered “freedom fries” with their cheeseburgers? Nostalgia for any time other than this one.
In his book 'A Debt against the Living,' lan Wurman makes a compelling case for constitutional originalism.