Donald Devine is senior scholar at the Fund for American Studies, the author of America’s Way Back: Reconciling Freedom, Tradition and Constitution, and was Ronald Reagan’s director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management during his first term.
Linking traditionalists and libertarians has created a powerful coalition within conservatism that endures to this day.
A series of books have explored varying reasons why belief in God is high across the globe. Except for a few holdouts.
Henry Olsen and Peter Wehner try to mold Ronald Reagan in their image in a new article for Commentary magazine.
Here is a definitive discussion of psychiatry, from an insider committed to the profession but who does not shy away from its profound difficulties.
Modern experts are confused about what John Locke actually thought. And that’s a problem.
Francis’ passion for human dignity is essential in forcing us to face the higher challenge. One wishes he would take on the similar challenges of the welfare state.
It is impossible to exaggerate the enigma within the term “capitalism.” To this very day its central concepts of market and “trickle down” are questioned from the American president to the pope.
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