Why Conservatives Should Care About Hip-Hop
Approaching the genre's 50th anniversary, it's time for conservatives to reconsider hip-hop.
Socialism, Nationalism, and Tolkien
How an unfinished Lord of the Rings sequel gives insight into young radicals on the left and right.
The Beginning of Monumental Change?
A review of 'Adriatic: A Concert of Civilizations at the End of the Modern Age.'
Death of a Hook-up
A review of ‘Vengeance.’
College Football Realignment: A Tragedy of the Commons?
Rational, self-interested schools and conferences are “overgrazing” and cheapening the overall product that is college football.
A Literary World Tour
Reading with Archipelago Books.
‘All the Green Shoots Are Dead’
Jonathan Haidt fears for the future of American democracy.
The New Right Finds a Home at the Intersection of Populism and Elitism
Rising stars of the new right publicly bash elites for being disconnected from 'real America' while privately maintaining exclusive social lives.
This Cruelty Too Will End
Remembering Anne Frank 75 years after her diary was first published.
Antisemitism Is a Problem in Academia. Quitting Is Not the Solution.
Professors are in the position to help students mitigate what can be a cruel campus environment.
The Autocrats Strike Back?
A review of two new books from Gideon Rachman and Moisés Naím that explore the rise of illiberal leaders.
The Hobbesian World of ‘The Boys’
Amazon's superhero social satire advances an understanding of power Thomas Hobbes would find familiar.
Against the Extremism of the American Masculinity Debate
There is always a path to raising a boy to be his own version of a good man.
Things Mostly Happen Just Because
A review of the 2022 International Booker Prize-winning 'Tomb of Sand.'
‘The CCP Sees This Film as a Threat’
Chinese dissident Jimmy Lai's story gets told in a new film from the Acton Institute.
Not Just the Nutcracker
200 Years of E.T.A. Hoffmann.