The 2020 election won’t be over on Election Day.
A former student of Michael Uhlmann pays tribute to his late friend and mentor.
Bringing peace back to our streets means getting serious about what’s going on.
The revolution is the point.
They’re getting what they asked for—good and hard.
In a time of intellectual Babel, words fail.
The Performance Artist We Deserve.
The president has got to make a decision.
“The American Dream” is dead, but America remains.
The Deepest Chasm in our Political Landscape
America must educate a new elite worthy of the name.
Practical solutions for one of the country's biggest problems.
Our academic institutions are rotten to the core. It’s time to replace them.
The New Right renews Americanism.
Comparing how the Founders, versus today's elites, were formed.
Michael Anton's After Flight 93 book is making headlines. President Trump tweets his thumbs up; Anton appears on Tucker Carlson to discuss.
To rethink American foreign policy, we must recover the principles and purpose of American government.
The real problem holding back the American Right is its leaders who think there is no problem but for Donald Trump.
The American Founders and Lincoln knew what Tucker Carlson's critics do not: American Government exists to help Americans.
Just as it belongs to religion to give worship to God, so does it belong to piety to give worship to one's parents and one's country.
On the gloating and the gloaming.
Charles Kesler and Jonah Goldberg Debate the Trump Presidency
Charles Kesler, Jonah Goldberg, and Patrick Deneen on Liberalism
Lincoln Fellow Raheem Kassam and Publius Fellow Laura Ingraham
Michael Anton, Ed Erler and John Fonte on Birthright Citizenship
Charles Kesler on "Separation of Parties or Separation of Powers?"
This panel including Charles Kesler, Adam White, John Fonte, and Ryan Williams discusses President Trump’s use of executive power.
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