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American Moment Studios

What Is Christian Nationalism? (ft. Stephen Wolfe)

In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Nick sits down with Stephen Wolfe, a postdoctoral fellow in the James Madison Program at Princeton University and Author of “The Case for Christian Nationalism,” to discuss his new book, what it means to be a Christian Nationalist, and how we can revitalize our nation and people.

The New Criterion

Into Great Beauty

“Have we lost the ability to see beauty, or is this desire laying dormant, waiting to be awakened and experienced?”

The Economist

Europe Is The Free-Rider Continent

“The cuddly form of capitalism embraced in Europe has markedly failed to create world-beating companies. Big tech firms are all American or, increasingly, Asian.”

American Moment Studios

The War Against The American West (ft. William Perry Pendley)

In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with William Perry Pendley, the former acting director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management under the Trump Administration and Author of “The War on the West,” to discuss his experience growing up in the West, working in Washington DC under the Reagan and Trump administrations, the American environmental movement, Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, EPA, and the federal government’s soiled history of broken promises.

The American Conservative

The Grapple for the Gavel

Bradley Devlin, writer at The American Conservative, brings readers inside the fight to deny Kevin McCarthy the speakership, with direct quotes and insights from our recent Moment of Truth episode with Rep. Dan Bishop.

First Things

The CIA: Bumbling Intelligence

“The CIA’s task is to lead a frenzied clamor of alarm about “disinformation,” fake news, election interference, and other low-risk but high-visibility hazards that make the digital into the mother of lies,” writes Martin Gurri in First Things.

Financial Times

‘The McKinseys and the Deloittes have no expertise in the areas that they’re advising in’

“To highlight the risk of consultants, her current theme, Mazzucato goes back to the Apollo space programme, where Nasa’s director of procurement in the 1960s warned that the agency was at risk of being ‘captured by brochuremanship.’ In recent times, Covid has been a bonanza for consultants: the UK was paying Deloitte £1mn a day for its work on testing and contact tracing.”

Defense Priorities

Symposium: Lessons From Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

As the one-year mark of the Ukraine-Russia war approaches, Moscow has failed in many of its objectives. Ukraine has effectively blunted several major Russian advances and reclaimed large swaths of its territory from invading forces.

The American Main Street Initiative

Quick Hits: The National Debt

Despite periodic political attention (such as from Ross Perot in 1992 and the Tea Party more recently), our national debt has continued to skyrocket, rising more over the past dozen years (2010–2022) than across the previous two centuries (1789–2010).

American Moment Studios

The Lies in Biden’s State of the Union (ft. Jeffrey H. Anderson)

Jeffrey H. Anderson, Founder & President of the American Main Street Initiative and former Director of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, joins to discuss every lie from Biden’s State of the Union address from deficit cuts to job growth to welfare reform.

First Things

Regime Change, American Style: The Real Story of Watergate

Nixon’s enemies indulged in a retrospective moralization of Watergate, obfuscating the reality of the matter, says Christopher Caldwell. “There is not really any such thing as ‘investigative journalism.’ … It does not begin with a journalist hunting down a source. It begins with a disgruntled member of the power structure, eager to unload on his bureaucratic rivals.”

American Moment Studios

The Universities Must Die (ft. Michael Gibson)

Michael Gibson, Co-Founder and General Partner at 1517 Fund, talks the failure of American universities, technological progress, and why college degrees aren’t always the right choice.

The National Interest

America Can’t Sit Out of the New Space Race

Paired with careful diplomacy and the expansion of a space-specific rules-based order, advancements in U.S. space capacity both deter and inhibit adversarial adventurism.

Law & Liberty

Willmoore Kendall’s American Affirmation

“Kendall sought to define an American conservatism rooted in our major documents and debates…The democratic will to power has now become so embedded in our thinking about government that many Americans are unaware of why delay, deliberation, and filtration of voting are positive methods for insuring the republican principle best serves our common good.”

Responsible Statecraft

Iraq, Afghanistan Provide Lessons on US Weapons Flows

Will this latest batch of weapons headed to Ukraine finally win the peace? While this is possible, do we fully understand what we are giving up to do so? As history shows, no matter how advanced a weapon is, someone will eventually figure out a way to counter it.

Foreign Affairs

George Kennan’s Warning on Ukraine

“If alive today, Kennan would note the danger of cornering the Russians to the point where they might lash out. He would also gesture toward the United States’ multiple problems at home and wonder how this exposed presence in Eastern Europe accorded with the long-term foreign and domestic interests of the American people.”


The Geopolitics of Microchips

The US and China are fighting a war. It’s a weird one that’s hard to see. It’s being fought in government offices, in company boardrooms. And it’s being fought over the most important technology in the world: Microchips.


Make Birth Free

Too many feel they cannot start or grow their families because of our disordered politics and warped economy…But we can reorder our culture. And that starts by making birth free, write Catherine Glenn Foster and Kristen Day.

American Reformer

Higher Ed Reform in Red States

States and professional agencies should encourage paths to work around higher ed, so that they do not have a credentialing monopoly on tomorrow’s professional class, writes Scott Yenor in American Reformer.

The Washington Times

Do We Really Need More Immigrant Workers?

We face a stark choice: Either we figure out how to get more working-age Americans back into jobs, or we allow more immigrants in and then try to deal with the social problems that low labor force participation exacerbates, writes Steven Camarota in The Washington Times.

American Moment Studios

20 Years of Main Street Conservatism (ft. Emile Doak)

In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh sits down with Emile Doak, Executive Director of The American Conservative and co-author of “Main Street Conservatism: The Future of the Right,” to discuss the history of The American Conservative Magazine, how they’ve been right from the beginning on hot button issues from the war in Iraq, to gay marriage, to illegal immigration and assimilation, and what’s at stake for the future of conservatism and the United States of America writ large.


Trump Predicted European Energy Crisis

Flashback to 2018: President Donald Trump criticized Germany for paying “billions of dollars” to Russia, predicted Europe’s current avoidable energy predicament, and encouraged Germany to pay their fair share — eliciting laughs from German officials.


Capitalism Killed the American West

“In all of his writings he is resistant to the idea that settlers and small-time workers of the American West were the engines of the genocide and despoliation that came to the region in their wake.”

Modern Age

Richard Nixon, New Deal Nationalist

“Stability, security, authority, trust, balance—to the degree that the term “Burkean” means anything in the American context, surely it is in the restoration of these qualities in American public and society in the face of their precipitous decline. Where Moynihan and Nixon departed from the liberals of their time was in their modesty about policy’s ability to do anything about this.”

American Moment Studios

Why Russia Fell Flat (feat. Dr. Jon Askonas)

In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Dr. Jon Askonas, Assistant Professor of Politics at Catholic University and Russia expert, to discuss the war in Ukraine, why Russia and the West overestimated Russia’s military capabilities, Putin’s next move, plus the future of AI, shipping, trade, China, and where the conservative movement went wrong.


The Collapse of Globalization and America’s Retreat

Peter Zeihan, geopolitical strategist and author of The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization, joins The Realignment to discuss why 2019 may have been the world’s economic peak, which nations will rise and fall as globalization collapses, and why America’s lost interest in keeping the system going.


One Way Government

Any future leader on the Right serious about fixing our problems must start by aiming to dismantle the administrative state, clear out the entrenched bureaucracy and return power back to an executive who can actually govern the country.

Modern Age

Screen Epics For The Human Soul

More modest historical films often feel incomplete, insufficient; they demand scope. We intuitively understand that we cannot be part of history unless we are part of it together—part of a crowd, an infantry division, a graduating class, or even a protest.

Real Clear Politics

War and Industrial Policy

War means industry. Wars cannot be fought with supply chains that crisscross a globalized world, where production happens on faraway, little islands in the South China Sea, from where chips can be transported only if airspaces and straits remain open.

New York Times

The Town That Charles Built

Before King Charles III inherited Britain’s throne, he was a prince with strong views on architecture. Poundbury is where he tried to put them into practice.

American Affairs

Who Killed Nuclear Energy and How to Revive It

If we can commit to confronting today’s so-called environmentalists on the politi­cal and cultural fronts while preparing the transition from fossil to fission, then a radiant tomorrow awaits us.

Palladium Magazine

The Mineral Conflict Is Here

The Ukraine War is resulting in the biggest shock to the global energy system since the 1973 crisis.