The Fulton case provides an example of a law which allows the government to interfere with religious practices for political expediency. Continue reading On Burke & Fulton
During the Plague of Athens, similar disruptions of order to today erupted in the body politic – and eventually society at large. We risk a similar fate if we fail to address the aftermath of our own modern plague effectively. Continue reading A Plague of Pride: the Viral Hubris of a Post-Soviet World
A communitarian heritage is one deeply embedded in the American ethos, despite efforts to supress it. As conservatives, we can adapt it to answer the questions liberalism could not. Continue reading Refinding the Conservative Communitarian Tradition
Communitarian politics are not just an abstract theory, they work and have the support of an increasing share of conservatives in political office. Continue reading Communitarian Conservatism in Office
John Weaver’s “secret life” exposes the fake moral high-ground of the NeverTrump™ right. Continue reading The Ugly Truth
The populist revolt against Wall Street is an amazing sign for the New Right. But, we have work to do. Continue reading Main Street finally beats Wall Street, but we have work to do.