Tag: Senior Contributors

Can Conservatives Make Great Art? ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Dwight Longenecker Conservatives must preserve and pass on the riches of the past, but we must also be aware of and open to the opportunities of the present, so that the proper fusion of old and new will inspire and enable truly great… Continue Reading “Can Conservatives Make Great Art? ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Eight Reasons to Overturn Roe v. Wade

By Thomas Ascik Not only does the Supreme Court regularly overturn prior precedents, it has established rules for doing so. Here are eight reasons to overturn Roe v. Wade. Eight Reasons to Overturn Roe v. Wade

Poetry and Holding the Center ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Glenn Arbery Much as there might be to say today about things falling apart, my point has less to do with the disintegration of civilization and more to do with the way that a poem committed to memory holds things together… — Read… Continue Reading “Poetry and Holding the Center ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

G.K. Chesterton’s “Orthodoxy” and Conservatism ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Michael De Sapio Turning the popular negative connotation of “orthodoxy” on its head, G.K. Chesterton argues that orthodoxy is anything but dull and musty, but on the contrary exciting and adventuresome… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/10/g-k-chesterton-orthodoxy-conservatism-michael-de-sapio.html

Hail, Christopher Columbus! ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Bradley Birzer The once-radical belief that Christopher Columbus was evil has sadly become mainstream. But Columbus was a brave and tenacious explorer—flawed, of course, like every man—who expanded the knowledge of the Old World, changing it and the New World forever… — Read… Continue Reading “Hail, Christopher Columbus! ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Autumnal Reflections on America ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Mark Malvasi Although Gnosticism has conditioned the American mind and dominated the American character, the United States itself, as we are once again discovering, is a historical, not a providential nation uniquely blessed of God. Nothing makes inevitable continued American prosperity or even… Continue Reading “Autumnal Reflections on America ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Meeting Gollum ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Joseph Pearce How could one possibly identify with the utterly pathetic and self-centred Gollum? The only answer, I came to understand with a sickening sense of resignation, is that those who identify with Gollum are those whose own identity has been gollumized by… Continue Reading “Meeting Gollum ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

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