By Raymond Docupil
C.S. Lewis believed that every nation possesses what he called a “haunting,” a “Logres,” which baptizes it with a unique inner life. What, or where, is America’s Logres?
Who is the mythological hero that could guide the American identity the way Arthur guided Britain and inspired generations of English poets and artists?
By Greg Weiner
Touched by experience with a sense of the tragic in politics, Daniel Patrick Moynihan nonetheless clung to a stubborn optimism about its possibilities.
But those possibilities were bounded by a defining feature of Moynihan’s politics: limitation.
There were limits to what government could do and, more important, limits to how it should attempt to do it…
By Nathan Steinmeyer
While carrying out excavations on a 2,700-year-old palatial estate in Jerusalem, a team of archaeologists from the Israel Antiquities Authority came across a surprising and rather unusual find: a private toilet.
By Kay Clarity
The left has long understood the power of the arts in furthering radical ideas, in a way conservatives have largely failed to grasp in defending theirs.
Conservatives with the financial means must increase their support of conservative artists for the sake of a culture in immediate need of the wisdom that a long intellectual, cultural, educational, and political conservative tradition has produced…
By David Gosselin
The name Edgar Allan Poe conjures images of the macabre, murder, insanity, and self-destruction, but is this the real Edgar Poe?
By Michael Foust
God ‘Hasn’t Given Up’ on the United States, Senator Says of Comparison to Sodom – Christian breaking news commentary.