Its basis is faith and reason, Christianity and the American Founding, and virtue — and it can come alive again.
As the nation celebrates its 244th birthday, those of us who still love it must redouble our efforts to convert those who don’t to our side.
Our equal creation, rather than our sex, skin, or group, is necessary to ground human dignity and our respect for every individual.
On this holiday celebrating our beginnings, today’s raging, bored, and bossy mob may need a dose of history paintings.
Today, as last year, as a century ago, as in 1777, it should be celebrated with as much Pomp and Parade as is possible.
We don’t need the excuse of the Fourth to have American music — but it’s a sweet excuse all the same.
Harry Jaffa’s book Storm over the Constitution is the work of a man clearly in love with the American idea.
Charles Cooke explains how he fell in love with the United States.
Just 47 percent of respondents said they were 'extremely proud' to be American, according to a new Gallup poll.
A response to Jonah Goldberg on love of country.