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Kevin Roberts, President of The Heritage Foundation, joins Moment of Truth to discuss a renewed conservative agenda, foreign policy, and economic policies that help everyday Americans.
Alexander Gabuev explores whether or not the United States has played a role in driving together Russia and China.
“With both agriculture and monumental construction much older than what was thought before, we should likely rethink the origins of urban life as well.”
Yale’s administration has grown rapidly, which some professors say negatively impacts faculty and students,” writes Philip Mousavizadeh for the Yale Daily News.
Yoram Hazony joins Moment of Truth to talk about his new book, ‘Conservatism: A Rediscovery,’ restoring Faith in the West, and the importance of leading personally conservative lives.
David P. Goldman, a Washington Fellow at The Claremont Institute’s Center for the American Way of Life, discusses China’s grand strategy and the fourth industrial revolution.
There is nothing conservative about atomisation, writes Yoram Hazony.
Western sanctions may accelerate Russia’s economic integration with Asia, writes Samo Burja in City Journal.
Andrew Balio joins Moment of Truth to talk the influence and legacy of classical music, whether or not classical music is dying, how postmodernism destroyed art, and the left’s war on beauty.
The international trading system as we know it is ending. Republicans can seize the opportunity to reimagine it, writes Nicholas Phillips in National Review.
With the Left’s hostile response to Florida’s initiative to support responsible fathers, conservatives can occupy the high ground on this crucial issue, writes Patrick T. Brown in City Journal.
Most Americans take it for granted that there is an American people or nation with its own particular culture and traditions, and that the human race in the world as a whole is divided among culturally distinct peoples or nations.
Carl Trueman joins Moment of Truth in a fascinating episode on the roots of transgender ideology, the consequences of the sexual revolution, the Supreme Court, and more. Don’t miss it.
Dan Caldwell joins Moment of Truth to talk realism and restraint, the situation in Ukraine, and what a conservative foreign policy should look like.
“We don’t need aging institutions to pave the way for 21st-century dynamism. What we need is will. And audacity,” writes Katherine Boyle in Bari Weiss’ Common Sense.
Congressman Ken Buck joins Moment of Truth to talk Big Tech monopolies, Silicon Valley’s lobbying efforts and interest groups in D.C., social media censorship, and more!
“Perhaps the bird we should strive to be is neither hawk nor dove, but the American Eagle depicted on our great seal,” said David Sacks during his address to Up From Chaos.
The GATT at 75: taking a hard look and challenging the prevailing narrative.