Reflections on service and citizenship.
It’s a mistake to read future conflict back into the 1621 feast, a moment of comity and hopefulness.
We should be cheerful, useful, modest, and patient, and ever mindful of those gifts and blessings that we could not possibly hope to deserve.
As America marks another Thanksgiving, the Plymouth Colony is long gone, but the values it represented still bind us together.
A tale of, and a tribute to, those who planted the seeds of American liberty.
We can rediscover the sources of our own gratitude, for those who wrote the Constitution and those who perpetuated it.
Notes on a podcast with Professor Harvey C. Mansfield, the political philosopher at Harvard.
Wood’s 1620 is a withering appraisal and deadpan skewering of the 1619 Project as a cultural phenomenon.
Earlier this year, a misguided effort emerged to tear down the Emancipation Memorial, a statue that has stood since 1876 in Lincoln Park.
The Mayflower Compact, signed 400 years ago this week, helped lay a foundation for America’s commitment to government by consent of the governed.