Virtue and Consent: the Twin Principles of Just Government

discourse

Libertarianism again fails natural right.

essays
16

America Wasn’t Founded on White Supremacy

Revisionist Black supremacist history can't grasp our shared equality.

Post

What Good is Bill Buckley Anymore?

The minor prophets of conservatism may be past their sell-by date.

essays
20

The Clear Pill, Part 1 of 5: The Four-Stroke Regime

One dose will erase your whole political mind.

Post

How Customizable Should a Human Be?

Technology is raising fundamental questions that we’re not ready to answer.

essays
12

Liberalism: Mend It, Don’t End It

We don’t need a revolution to find political redemption.

Post

“Economic Justice” Isn’t Just

Debunking a contradiction in terms.

Post

The Struggle Ahead

Remarks accepting the Claremont Institute’s Henry Salvatori Prize in the American Founding, Washington, D.C., October 27, 2018.

Post

In Honor of Michael M. Uhlmann

Introductory remarks honoring Michael M. Uhlmann, recipient of the Claremont Institute’s Henry Salvatori Prize in the American Founding, Washington, D.C., October 27, 2018.

essays
20

Multiculturalism is Ethnocentrism

The ugly history of a divisive ideology

essays
19

The Rethink We Need to Avoid America’s Collapse

Connecting the dots of complex systems breaks the conservative impasse.

essays
7

Social Justice is Academia’s New Theology

Sokal Squared showed the West’s learned elite has succumbed to a corrupted creed.

video
1:14:03

Hadley Arkes with Charles Kesler

Charles Kesler interviews Hadley Arkes on natural law, natural right, Progressivism, and current politics.

essays
10

Does the Right Dare Fight?

Putting the question to David French about moral reasoning in action.

video
2:11

Michael Anton on Politico 9.20.2019

Claremont Institute Senior Fellow Michael Anton explains the importance of reforming our current immigration policy.

video
1:41:41

Sohrab Ahmari, David French, and Charles Kesler Debate at Notre Dame 9.13.2019

Kesler, Ahmari, and French gathered to debate the nature and trajectory of conservatism in the age of Trump.

video
1:29:20

Sohrab Ahmari debates David French 9.5.2019

Sohrab Ahmari of the New York Post sparred with David French of National Review on how conservatives should respond to the culture wars.

essays
15

Is America Worth Saving?

Does politics have an answer to digital disenchantment?

essays
10

As the Electoral College Goes, So Goes the Constitution

Plebiscitary democracy will almost certainly bring much sharper ideological, geographical, racial, and religious divisions.

video
5:13

Dr. Charles Kesler joins CNN’s “Smerconish” 8.26.19

Dr. Charles Kesler joined Smerconish to discuss his recent WSJ op-ed on resolving California's homelessness crisis, adapted from his editorial in the latest issue of the Claremont Review of Books.

essays
28

Vichycons and Mass Shootings

Against the backstabbing, collaborationist “Right.”

video
10:48

Rebeccah Heinrichs joins the Oxford Union 7.30.19

Rebeccah Heinrichs argues that Trump's foreign policy is preferable to Obama's foreign policy.

video
2:58

Dr. Charles Kesler joins “Life, Liberty & Levin” 7.21.19

Dr. Charles Kesler joins Mark Levin on "Life, Liberty & Levin" to discuss political correctness and its intolerance for the moral imperfection of fellow Americans.

essays
11 minutes

Losing the Class

On campus, today's forlorn meritocrats no longer believe what the apparatchiks are teaching them.

video
5:04

Gil Barndollar joins “Tucker Carlson Tonight” 7.19.19

Gil Barndollar joins "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to analyze the latest push for war with Iran.

Podcast

Multiculturalism vs America

A special edition of The American Mind podcast

essays
25

Conservative Rationalism Has Failed

Part II: Honor and self-constraint can stave off tyranny.

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17

Conservative Rationalism Has Failed

Part I: Unfettered reason cannot conserve anything.

video
13:39

John Marini joins “Life, Liberty & Levin” 6.16.19

John Marini joins Mark Levin on "Life, Liberty & Levin" to discuss governmental abuse of power and its effect on individual liberty.

video
4:02

John Burtka on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” 6.5.19

John Burtka, Executive Director at The American Conservative, joins Tucker Carlson to make the case for a new GOP economic agenda to strengthen families and the middle class.

essays
13 minutes

The 2016 Election, the 1960 World Series, and the Electoral College

Root, root, root for the electors. If they don't win it's a shame.

essays
10 minutes

A Foreign Policy From the Founding

United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered the keynote address at the Claremont Institute's 40th Anniversary Gala as this year's recipient of the Institute's Statesmanship Award.

Podcast
1:53:50

Matthew J. Peterson joins Raheem Kassam on “The Buck Sexton Show”

Raheem Kassam guest hosts "The Buck Sexton Show," interviewing David Reaboi and Matthew J. Peterson.

video
3:57

Tucker Carlson and Harmeet Dhillon Discuss the Big Tech Attacks on Conservatives

Harmeet Dhillon joins Tucker Carlson on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to discuss Google's "mistaken" attack on The Claremont Institute and its censorship of conservative ideas at large.

essays
6 minutes

Defend America—Defeat Multiculturalism

Through identity politics and political correctness, today's multiculturalist enforcers seek to erase and replace America. Together, we must save the Union once again.

Podcast
50:48

Big Tech and Human Freedom: James Poulos on The Federalist Radio Hour

Poulos joins Ben Domenech to discuss Silicon Valley's impact on sex, reproduction, politics, and our humanity.

video
41:08

Ryan Williams on “The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton,” 5.28.19

Ryan Williams appeared on FOX’s “The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton” alongside fellow panelists Tomi Lahren and Kira Davis to discuss current events.