William Voegeli, a senior editor of the Claremont Review of Books, is author of The Pity Party: A Mean-Spirited Diatribe Against Liberal Compassion.
When we’re sternly admonished that you’re for Trump unless you make it clear you’re against him, the central Trumpist axiom about the danger of political correctness is affirmed.
The abiding challenge for American conservatives is to preserve a self-regulating economy in our self-governing republic. Right now, it’s unclear whether reform conservatives will help.
The fight over the Redskins’ name is a fight not just about how we make decisions, but how we decide what needs to be decided, and who will do the deciding.
The point of caring is to help those in need, not to congratulate ourselves on being noble.
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