Moderation, though not "centrism," was, until our age, understood to be a virtue. Do we still regard it as such?
A recent piece by New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, “The Covington Scissor,” presents a dialogue between him and a mysterious Voice, which he finds “devilish.”
For those of us who venerate President Bush’s leadership in the months after September 11, there is no pleasure in taking exception to what he chooses to say now.
He rejoices that the "guardrails" of our democracy have held against the imminent threat to it: President Trump.
The American people, for good or ill, chose to pass the burden of the Republic on to Donald Trump. It is past time for members of his own party, at least, to support him.
The putative Paper of Record attempts to lecture our incoming president on the virtues of flag-burning as free speech.
Victory in the coming term means overcoming the Democrats, not accommodating them.
What will be left of liberty if eight years of Obama are followed by four or eight years of Clinton?
Endorsing Trump was compromise for the sake of advancing conservative goals, or preventing the complete dominance of socialist ones.
A new book calling for conservatives' capitulation has garnered praise in venues including The New York Post and The Wall Street Journal.