Michael Anton proposes a new strategy for alleviating our national tension and preventing a crisis of violent secession. Chris Buskirk, Cal M.S. Domine, Adam Seagrave, John Bergener, Frank Buckley, and Edward Ring respond.

Opening 06.09.2021

The Constitution invites us—and politics compels us—to consider redrawing state and local borders.

Ross Hunt identifies a persistent and pernicious trend toward mere survivalism at the expense of physical health. Helen Roy, Peachy Keenan, Sierra Weir, Spencer Klavan, Micah Meadowcroft, Faith Moore, Alex Kaschuta, Scott Yenor, and Thaddeus respond.

Opening 05.26.2021

The Zombie Enlightenment enslaves us to a new religion.

Seth Barron describes the fervor of public shaming that has come to be known as “cancellation.” Caylan Ford, Joseph Massey, Thaddeus, Katya Sedgwick, and Emile Castorp provide responses and guidance for those who have been cancelled.

Opening 04.26.2021

Everything we do can be recorded. What now?

Claremont Institute Senior Fellow Glenn Ellmers presents an excerpt from his forthcoming book on the teachings of Claremont’s intellectual godfather, Harry V. Jaffa, and their implications for our present crisis. Richard Reinsch and Cole Simmons respond.

Opening 04.16.2021

Lessons for Our Current Crisis from the Other Harry Jaffa

The Claremont Institute’s DC Center for the American Way of Life is dedicated to identifying the radical Left’s aims and countermanding them effectively. Arthur Milikh explains, and Edward J. Erler, David Azerrad, John Fonte, Carson Holloway, William Voegeli, and Scott Yenor respond.

Opening 04.05.2021

Destroying the possibility of criticism is the death of liberty.

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