Every Wednesday and Friday Jonah Goldberg draws on his deep understanding of American history, culture and conservatism to analyze politics and policy.
Wanting to help the country fend off Russian aggression isn’t pie-eyed idealism.
There’s a reason most revolutionaries come from fairly comfortable backgrounds.
On Ukraine and the treason of the nationalists.
Rankings and honors are just popularity contests.
‘Right’ and ‘left’ might always be changing, but that just means we need more labels, not fewer.
Every generation is a Phil Connors, tasked with figuring out the right way to live.
On being compelled to write about Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, and ‘psy ops.’
Donald Trump is much better at talking hardball than at playing it.
Donald Trump wants one thing: blind loyalty.
Trump is only telling voters what they want to hear.
How the 2024 election could end up looking a lot like 2016.
Even if you don’t realize it.
The left’s long history of calling Republicans ‘fascist’ has only sown distrust.
Freud, the narcissism of small differences, and antisemitism.
Defenses of Claudine Gay are just more proof that sometimes you should let the ‘other side’ have the win.
Count me out of the countdown to 2024.