Nathanael Blake is a Senior Contributor at The Federalist. He has a PhD in political theory. He lives in Missouri.
Restrictions on police power are, of course, imperfect, but they are much more developed and effective than those left-wing rioters and militants impose on themselves.
Trump kept his word on abortion, religious liberty, and the rule of law. The radicals running the Democratic Party have shown they’ll do anything for power.
The new iteration of Marxism is true to its heritage in at least one way: It justifies the concentration of power in the hands of its acolytes.
Regardless of whether Biden or Trump wins in November, we will all be stuck with the Democrats’ choice to let our cities burn.
Kamala Harris knows that big business and big government can get along quite well—there is money to be made off of big government, and big business is often best positioned to make it.
Our nation faces challenges that cannot be adequately addressed by calcifying Reagan’s old platform of the 1980s into conservative dogma.
It is time to insist on nominees who have made a clear repudiation of Roe v. Wade. The benefits of keeping quiet are not worth the costs.
The Supreme Court has no excuse for allowing Nevada officials to use a public health crisis to fill poker tables while emptying pews.
Those who think that electing Joe Biden will reduce cultural conflict are likely to be extremely disappointed. That’s because amping up the culture war is the only way to keep Democrats united.
We all want to get back to normal, but that will only happen with the virus under control. Controlling the virus, however, requires personal responsibility.
From riots to cancel culture, almost nothing the left has done under the banner of Black Lives Matter will prevent another murder like George Floyd’s.
Our culture has gone from the ‘don’t judge’ mantra of a couple decades ago to judging everyone, but we did not reestablish a rational foundation for that judgment along the way.
Despite our civilization’s wealth and technological prowess, many among us have been dispossessed of what matters most.
David French seems to prefer chastising his Christian brothers and sisters to discussing the hard decisions that must be made in practical politics.
In contrast to critical theory, Christianity offers an identity as children of God that transcends our differences. It is thus that the sons of slaves and the sons of slaveowners can be brothers.
The white privilege on display here is on the left, where radical whites play at revolution, often to the detriment of poor minorities.
We should be less concerned with getting elite universities to rededicate themselves to teaching the Western heritage, and more focused on making Western culture a reality in our lives.
In their new book ‘Never Trump: The Revolt of the Conservative Elites,’ authors Robert Saldin and Steven Teles provide a sympathetic history of the Never Trump movement—but still fail to conclude it will have ongoing political relevance.
It is difficult for a TV show to elicit sympathy for cultists shooting at cops. But the new-to-Netflix series ‘Waco’ manages it, showing the dangers of law enforcement militarization.
Many on the left have accused originalism of being nothing but a cover for conservatives’ preferred policy outcomes, but Vermeule’s proposal illustrates how restrained originalists have been.
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