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Can the Liberal Arts and Humanities be Saved?

Our current educational system does not create civic leaders or statesman. It does not teach Americans how best to understand America. Education is in crisis, but it is also a major cause of America’s crisis.

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10 minutes

Get Your Kids Out of Public School

This is the Right’s greatest opportunity in decades. Will we take it?

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18 minutes

Militant Therapy is Eating America Alive

The animating principle of Wokeness is self-destructive navel-gazing.

discourse

The Old Left Has Lost the Will to Live

Empty gestures won’t stop the march of the woke radicals.

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18 minutes

Cancel the New York Times

We've honored a slave-trading tyrant for far too long.

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15 minutes

Woke Ideology Is a Psychological Disorder

Plato shows us who the real tyrants are.

discourse

Narratives 1, Conservatives 0

The high cost of losing postmodern America’s political language games.

discourse

A Future Without Beauty

A vengeful quest for social purity ends only in public ugliness.

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8 minutes

I Was Canceled. You’re Next in Line.

Conserve your spine or lose it all.

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10 minutes

The Vanguard of Record

Woke identity politics is liberalism’s successor ideology—from the New York Times on down.

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The Terms of Our Defeat

How the left usurped our language—and the Right let it happen.

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11 minutes

The Cave Beneath the Cave

Our ruling classes hold as much contempt for reality as they do for us.

discourse

Quiet Riot

Among the silent majority.

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8 minutes

To Survive Our Slavish Regime, Master Yourself

A field guide to manning up in an incapacitated age.

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10 minutes

What We Need to Build—in Order to Build

A time to pour foundations. 

Podcast
1 hour 3 minutes

The American Mind Roundtable: The Roundtable Ep. #18

The coronavirus has America paralyzed by poor decision-making. In the midst of the chaos it claims a new victim: higher education. But who's suffering more, students ready to learn or administrators hungry to indoctrinate? Plus: in a grab bag of bashing, our editors lament Michigan's petty tyranny and lambaste California’s ham-fisted lockdown.

discourse

Sacred Cows

What I saw at the American Academy of Religion.

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25 minutes

The Rise and Fall of the Pajama-Boy Nietzscheans

America’s ideals are worth defending against two-bit impostors.

discourse

Liberate Harvard

How to free America’s elite universities from special interests.

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15 minutes

Children and Transgenderism

Some stories aren't being told.

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26 minutes

The Strength of Broken Dreams

“The American Dream” is dead, but America remains.

discourse

A Victory for Intellectual Diversity in South Dakota

South Dakota’s experience with intellectual diversity legislation is a case study for the nation.

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8 minutes

Restore Authority to Education

Our K–12 students need guidance out of ignorance.

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6 minutes

Laundering ‘Little Women’

What Greta Gerwig’s 'Little Women' misses.

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25 minutes

Titania McGrath and the Politics of Wokeness: An Interview with Andrew Doyle

The popular Twitter satirist and cultural commentator talks social justice, classical liberalism, and the fate of the arts in the West.

discourse

We Live in an Anti-Society

An Untimely Review of Joker.

discourse

The Golden Snow Globe

The solution to rule by celebrity is not more rule by other celebrities.

discourse

Elite Education is for Suckers

Classical education is rising up to take its place.