Yuval Levin joins this episode of Federalist Radio to break down the good and bad policy of Trump’s first year in office, and our dysfunctional Congress.
Author of “The Fractured Republic” joins Federalist Radio to talk health care, think tanks, and the future of conservatism.
Now that Betsy DeVos has been confirmed, it’s time to offer her realistic advice that does some justice to the legitimate concerns about her nomination on both sides.
What will We the People, in our individual capacities, do next? Any argument that government is the problem requires addressing the cracks that so many assume are there.
In a new article, the New England Journal of Medicine embraces the talking points of the Black Lives Matter movement, trading civility for radical rhetoric.
Our nostalgia for the 1950s blinds us to the reality that the stay-at-home mom was always a historical anomaly. As the economy declines, so may this option. What can families do then?
David Azerrad talks political philosophy, equality of opportunity, and conservatism on Federalist Radio Hour.
The consolidated Veterans Affairs system we currently have is a product of another time. We need new, creative policy proposals to help remedy its massive failures.
Yuval Levin joins Federalist Radio Hour to explain why baby boomers on both sides of the aisle long for America of the past.
Yuval Levin’s new book takes a look a ways to keep America from coming apart at the cultural and political seams. Ed Whelan, Rachel Lu, Jonah Goldberg, R.R. Reno, and John Stonestreet weigh in.
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.
“The problems we face are a direct function of how things have changed since mid-century America.”
What unites the right against Donald Trump is that we stand for ideas, rather than for the power and aggrandizement of a single man.
Mitch McConnell’s plan for dealing with Planned Parenthood is having no plan to deal with Planned Parenthood.
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.
Yuval Levin discusses the radical and conservative roots of the American founding, and the importance of Edmund Burke.
Contrary to Yuval Levin, liberty doesn’t just require virtue. Liberty is a virtue. Individualism and independence are virtues.
In part 2 of his interview with Charles Kesler, Yuval Levin talks about Thomas Paine’s path from revolutionary to progressive statist.
Charles Kesler interviews Yuval Levin on Edmund Burke and the radicalism and conservatism of the American Founding.
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