Gerald was a thoughtful editor and writer; he was always more interested in the deep and permanent things than in the politics of the moment.
The Virginia lesson: Conservatism can’t win the future by romanticizing the past or falsifying the present.
There is some question about how the originalists on the Supreme Court would vote on Texas’s abortion law.
If it is not different on trade, foreign policy, or the role of government, then what makes his national conservatism different from his Tea Party views?
Notes from the National Conservatism conference, where attendees hope to forge a new agenda for the Right.