Hip-hop artist Jidenna’s new song reminds us of the importance of having self-control and the ability to defer gratification — and having them in style.
Incidents like testing opt-outs and parent fury in Fairfax show people get Charles Murray’s point about refusing to comply with stupid regulations.
In a commentary culture constantly on a quest for multifaceted female characters in mainstream entertainment, here’s Mindy Lahiri of ‘The Mindy Project.’
If all the stories are happy stories, then society loses one of its best tools to prepare us for the shock of evil and the need to resist.
Peter Lawler is cynical about Don Draper’s transformation during the ‘Mad Men’ finale. But even advertising can say something real.
“Reform conservatism” doesn’t really reform anything, and the only thing it conserves is the welfare state.
The American Enterprise Institute has published a comprehensive budgetary plan. Compared to current law, the plan is a huge improvement.
Reform conservatism offers a new policy agenda for the right. But is it really conservative?
We are so afraid to be perceived as uptight like the Victorians that we would rather become slobs.
Would you rather live in Robert Downey Jr.’s world of ‘do unto others as you’d have them to do you,’ or The New Yorker’s, where any weakness is an excuse to write people off forever?
Linking traditionalists and libertarians has created a powerful coalition within conservatism that endures to this day.
Deadspin says ESPN’s Will Cain must be punished for failing to embrace liberal orthodoxy on global warming.
Life is too short for you to drink bad wine. Here are three reasons you should send it back.
A flat tax has many desirable features. It minimize penalties on productive behavior, eliminates double taxation and rewards investment. What are we waiting for?
As Ireland considers a referendum on gay marriage, they can draw some cautionary lessons from America’s experiment.
LGBT activists plan to blanket the country with laws that, behind the fig leaf of ‘anti-discrimination,’ will give the state the power to police speech and behaviors.
If most Americans are no longer constrained by religion or morality, do we have any hope of securing lasting civil and religious liberties?
It’s hard to get by making millions for speeches containing witticisms such as ‘You can’t win if you don’t show up.’ At least, the Clintons say it is.
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