Curated content on important issues
Explore a small selection of continuously updated books, podcasts, articles, videos, and more.
Stay up to date with us
Get weekly Canon roundups straight to your inbox
The Dobbs decision is monumental. As America’s federal system has been eroded by seemingly endless decisions, regulations and mandates emanating from the federal government, it is encouraging to see a decision in which the Court has respected constitutional limitations and actually restrained its own powers.
Our elites’ culture war has targeted the very Americans who traditionally enlist, says Jeff Groom in Spectator World.
Mohammed Soliman writes on the impact of the Abraham Accords in The National Interest.
Erin Hawley, Senior Counsel at the Alliance Defending Freedom, joins Moment of Truth to talk the ADF’s role in overturning Roe v. Wade, the implications of Dobbs, and the future of the pro-life movement!
The U.S., with its relatively isolated geography, promising demographics, and simpler supply chains, is well-positioned to not only weather the storm, but come out on top within the next few decades, argues geopolitical analyst Peter Zeihan.
The U.S. supply chain for advanced chips is at risk without concerted government action.
There are signs of a major reorientation toward an economic policy framework that is rooted in production, work, and localism instead of finance, consumerism, and globalism. It might just turn into a new policy model that captures imaginations across the political spectrum.
In the final moments of Sir Kenneth Clark’s wonderful late 1960s documentary series on Western Civilization and art history, he reminds us why it is so important to preserve and be grateful for The West’s history, innovation, and beauty.
Michael Stumo talks trade, Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ plan, industrial policy, and bringing jobs back home on the latest Moment of Truth podcast.
Ownership, use, and governance on the medieval manor and today.
Many of the economic policy disasters of the last generation are easy to understand, once you realize that American policymakers continue to be guided by the superseded lessons of Econ 101, in the age of transnational supply chains, increasing-returns manufacturing, network-effects platforms and continental and global companies with hundreds of thousands of employees.
Marshall Kosloff interviews journalist Christopher Leonard to better understand the role played by the Fed in causing runaway inflation.
Josh Craddock breaks down the Dobbs decision, its impact on abortion, and the future of the pro-life movement.
Guest Luke Thompson brings you inside elections, the ins and outs of campaign finance, and how PACs work.
Like a stunned adolescent whose reckless incompetence totaled the family car, the Left seems shocked that America proved so fragile after all.
In this documentary, six law professors discuss how and why Roe v. Wade made it to the Supreme Court, the legal foundations for the case, and its impact on the American legal system.
Are we at war in Ukraine? If we swapped places — if Russian apparatchiks admitted helping to kill American generals or sink a U.S. Navy vessel — I doubt we’d find much ambiguity there.
Unlike college for all, preparing young people to build decent lives is something our schools could actually achieve, if we tell them to try.