The Gipper’s first inaugural address revived the concept of American exceptionalism, while stressing national unity.
Anyone or anything that refuses to depict the American founding as anything but a wholly racist enterprise will be cast as a tool of white supremacy.
The Capitol riot was a wake-up call: We must stop forsaking the virtues of republicanism and demand sound judgment from our elected representatives.
A new book makes the dubious case that American history has been a long fight against the free market.
Today, his warnings ring louder than ever...
A review of First and Always: A New Portrait of George Washington, by Peter R. Henriques.
On Ford's pardon of Nixon; the Rubicon and the Jordan; and more.
Richard Brookhiser and the American idea, i.e., liberty.
On David French’s new book, Divided We Fall: America’s Secession Threat and How to Restore Our Nation.
The big new research boon in the humanities is Google Books, which allows whole-text searching of all the holdings of the greatest libraries in the world.