Precisely because he gets so much right, it’s easy to miss the things Charles Murray gets wrong about America’s current crisis. Yuval Levin to the rescue.
As a legal procedural and political drama, ‘The Good Wife’ is smart, nuanced and interesting. As a matrimonial tutorial, its moral is not so subtle. Marriage is doomed.
In a nation rife with social breakdown, it’s just not feasible to incarcerate all of our felons for life. Some attention must be given to rehabilitation.
Let’s consider some possibilities about why conservatives seem to have so many rules about sex.
Bestselling self-help author Charles Duhigg touts the secrets to personal growth and high productivity. But is it even possible for a book to make you ‘Smarter Faster Better’?
Donald Trump’s remarks about punishing women who abort their children demonstrate how completely his sensibilities have been formed by the progressive left.
This is not just about Erin Andrews’ feelings, or the unpleasantness of being embarrassed. This is about an objective assault on her dignity, and it’s shameful to dismiss that.
In the midst of the nightmare, we might take comfort in this silver lining: if we wake up, there may still be a path forward.
Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio and their respective supporters need to realize that the other is not the enemy. Donald Trump is.
The working class feels disrespected, but perhaps their anger also reflects their insecurities.
A new study finds that couples who attend church and pray together are happier. What’s more, church-going men see bigger benefits.
The nation needs a charismatic leader who can build coalitions, pursue reasonable policy reforms, and persuade younger voters to give conservatism a chance.
We keep believing the apocalypse is coming, even though it never gets here, because we don’t know how else to feel alive.
If my undergraduates were half as interested in excellence as they are in worldly success markers, American dynamism might be born anew.
If the conservative fusionist alliance comes apart, our political process could simply be consumed by warring identity groups.
‘Galileo’s Middle Finger’ frets about political correctness ruining scientific research, but refuses to acknowledge that faith and tradition can help us understand the limits of science.
When the details of a handful of police shooting cases radically form public opinion, we’re likely to end up with a badly distorted picture.
New data may give some credence to the anxieties of Black Lives Matter, without assuming that all police officers are violent, raging bigots.
How can we expect real police reform when prosecutors are willing to send such a clear message in the Tamir Rice case that, however egregious the error, no one will ever be punished?
There probably is no magic bullet for ensuring that devout Muslims never take the dangerous ideological turn that Syed Farook and his wife did.
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