Woodmont Poetry - “But then again,/it’s only ever been the thought that counts.” Erich J. Prince 8/11/2022
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Interview: Brad Lips, CEO of Atlas Network The Right - “Any coherent system of morality begins with an appreciation of human dignity and wanting people to have as many choices to take control of their lives as possible.” Henri Mattila 8/11/2022
Review: Eden Collinsworth’s “What the Ermine Saw” Criticism - “Almost all the key events of modern Europe were seen through the eyes of this painting, which Collinsworth vividly brings to life in her writing.” Paul Krause 8/8/2022
British Conservatism Is Doomed The Right - “To put it simply, if one cannot accumulate capital, he will not support capitalism; and if one has no solid basis for conserving one’s family and community, which property provides, then he will not become a conservative.” Henry George 8/7/2022
Holmesburg: Calling for an Apology from the City of Philadelphia The Left - “My father’s skin is in those pharmaceutical companies.” Erich J. Prince 8/3/2022
When It Comes to Iran, Say “No” to Appeasement The Center - “Without an enemy to demonize, the Islamic Republic would have to answer for its many and grave failures.” Catherine Perez-Shakdam 8/3/2022
Review: Riley Black’s “The Last Days of the Dinosaurs” Criticism - “This is a story about the meek inheriting the Earth.” John Tuttle 8/1/2022
Yoram Hazony: National Conservatism in a Midterm Year The Right - “Conservatives are certainly not socialists. Conservatives do not believe, as the Marxists do, that you can open up some central office with really bright people and dictate the course of the entire economy of the nation. We don’t believe anything like that. On the other hand…” Henry George 7/29/2022
Review: Matthew Continetti’s “The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism” The Right - “It is to Continetti’s credit that he develops his narrative after this with fair-minded even-handedness for the most part, even if he lets his own views bleed through in the chapters concerning President Trump’s rise and fall, as well as the mix of grift and genuine intellectual ferment that he dragged in his orange wake.” Henry George 7/27/2022
Excerpt: Jason Pack’s “Libya and the Global Enduring Disorder” The Center - “And hell, if General Haftar was going to win, President Trump would happily give him some tips about where to buy vacation properties in Virginia Beach. His steering of the private ‘confidence building’ chit-chat with General Haftar to real estate matters was not actually as ridiculous as it might seem.” Jason Pack 7/26/2022
Review: China Miéville’s “A Spectre, Haunting: On the Communist Manifesto” The Right - “Sentimental and sycophantic in turns, it may be hard to dispel the impression that Miéville is merely a hysteric. All the same, A Spectre, Haunting is a post-Nietzschean book, which leans into the charge of ressentiment. Spurning subterfuge, Miéville quite openly asserts that justice and revenge amount, more or less, to the same thing.” Seamus Flaherty 7/25/2022
Peter Buxtun, the Hero of Tuskegee, 50 Years On The Right - “In later interviews, Buxtun would shrug off the accolades he later received for his whistleblowing. ‘I don’t want to be embarrassed by an oversupply of compliments. I am who I am,’ he would tell bioethicist Carl Elliott in 2017.” Erich J. Prince 7/25/2022
NBC New York’s Jen Maxfield: Telling the Rest of the Story The Center - “Sometimes, I would even dream about some of the people I had interviewed on the stories. And, so through the years, I had the idea to write a book and put it all together and try to return to some of the stories.” Celine Sleiman 7/22/2022
Stephen Hicks: Challenges in Contemporary Education The Center - “The ten out of a thousand entrepreneurial ideas that are amazing—we’ll find out what those are. And they will be the ones that dominate [in] the next generation.” Erich J. Prince 7/19/2022
Review: Barry Strauss’s “The War That Made the Roman Empire” The Center - “Barry Strauss, America’s foremost popular classicist, brings the story of Actium to life in ways that rival and surpass Shakespeare’s tragedy Antony and Cleopatra and Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s Cleopatra…” Paul Krause 7/18/2022