Defending the Right and the Good

Defending the Right and the Good

Russell Kirk and The University Bookman By George H. Nash In an interview late in his career, Russell Kirk told a story about a “forgotten mill pond” in the village of Mecosta, Michigan. Since boyhood, he recalled, he had enjoyed tossing pebbles into this pond and...
An Architect Reconsiders ‘The Architecture of Servitude and Boredom’

An Originalist Proposal

By Dan Whitehead Inspired by Adrian Vermeule’s essay, “Beyond Originalism,” and to assuage the rankled feelings of right-liberals, who only muster up the tired reductio ad hitlerum as a counterargument, I propose a theory of common-good constitutionalism that fits...
The Rise of Sexless Moralism?

The Rise of Sexless Moralism?

By Titus Techera American pop culture has quickly moved on from Game of Thrones to The Mandalorian. From HBO to Disney. From putting the adult in adultery to infantilizing everything virtual reality can infantilize, which is virtually everything, of course. From...
Skiing Alta with WFB

Skiing Alta with WFB

William F. Meehan III ‘Alta’ isn’t a word you hear often in fashionable conversations in skiing circles … You can live out a casual lifetime, as a casual skier, and not know about Alta, and the odd thing is that this really suits the Alta people just fine. There is...

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