Every Monday Kevin D. Williamson reports—as only he can—on American life, politics, and culture from coast to coast.
The nihilism of the modern Republican Party.
Whether some in the media want it to be or not.
Our sacralizing tendency assimilates every issue into a spiritualized conflict of visions that is ultimately not about policy but about identity.
Crimes that corrupt our institutions don’t just hurt the people who are directly involved.
Just printing more money won’t solve our problems.
That we’re having a conversation about presidential immunity from criminal acts is insane.
The myth of the president-as-rainmaker.
On the past and future of higher education.
As the calendar turns to 2024, which way will you go?
‘He meets us on our own terms because we cannot meet Him on His.’
The U.S. has enough money to do what it wants to do. But x is always less than 1.5x.
Private security screening isn’t the problem with our airports, it’s merely a response to those problems.
The expelled congressman highlights the devolution of the Republican Party.
The case for congressional superiority.
‘Israel’s campaign isn’t a police action to arrest criminals—it is war.’
A dispatch from the Texas Nationalist Movement confab in Waco.