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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.
Charles Fain Lehman talks BLM rioting, the current crime wave, progressive prosecutors, and much more on Moment of Truth.
“A war that fails to achieve clear political objectives is merely an exercise in violence and futility,” Eric S. Margolis wrote in the first piece published in The American Conservative in the lead-up to the Iraq War.
Having converted their own republic into a borderless credit union, Americans have to borrow other people’s national pride.
The nation-state remains the best foundation for capitalism, and hyper-globalisation risks destroying it.
Our president Saurabh Sharma discussed the emerging conservative realignment on the Manhattan Institute-hosted panel, ‘Who’s Right? Millennials, Gen Z, and the Future of American Conservatism’ in Navy Yard, D.C. This is the transcript of that conversation.
Oren Cass on a journey to the center of the neoliberal dogma.
In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Professor Adam Candeub, a Professor of Law and Director of the Intellectual Property, Information & Communications Law Program at Michigan State University, and Senior Fellow at the Center for Renewing America, to discuss the longterm consequences of social media and pornography addiction, TikTok, Big Tech, and what if anything can be done to right these social ills.
Saurabh and Nick sit down with the twitter-famous, anti-critical race theory thread-master @wokal_distance, to discuss the cancellation of Joe Rogan and the little-known leftist super-pacs behind the disinformation campaign to silence his podcast, as well as everything wrong with postmodernism and critical theory.
Political theorist Peter Zeihan discusses how Russia’s impending demographic collapse and harsh geography has pushed them toward the invasion of Ukraine.
In this Oscar-winning documentary, participants in the early years of UC Berkely’s political activism recount the tumultuous 1960s and the emergence of the incorrect worldview that students’ opinions matter more than their education. Interesting to view in the light of modern-day campus activism, common harassment tactics of the yuppie left can be observed in their infancy in this film.
This Oscar-nominated documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog explores, like many of his films, individuals in conflict with nature, in all of its harsh and unforgiving beauty. The film tells the story of those tasked with exploring God’s greatest wonders on this earth in Antarctica, adapting to survive and embodying strength in these impossible conditions.
Want to understand Russia’s war on Ukraine? War On The Rocks has curated a list of articles and podcasts, organized by focus: strategy and military balance, diplomacy, history, resistance, nuclear/arms control, cyber, energy, Ru politics, & more.
In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Dr. Scott Atlas, former White House Coronavirus Task Force Advisor, author of “A Plague Upon Our House,” and Senior Fellow in Healthcare Policy at the Hoover Institution, to discuss “the most egregious failure of public health in modern history” also known as the tyrannical Birx-Fauci plan, why Florida responded differently than other states, and what future leaders must do to defeat “the swamp” and restore liberty in America.
Following the lead of other major cultural institutions, the Metropolitan Museum of Art redefines its purpose as overcoming the racism of Western civilization.
The American foreign policy establishment prefers meddling around the globe because it can afford to without cost or political price. What is needed is a new foreign policy establishment elite based on the principles of realism and restraint.
“Government support of industry is in the American tradition,” Michael Lind wrote back in 2012 in this brief history of industrial policy in the US.
Saurabh Sharma of American Moment on Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement, the stakes for pro-life law and policymaking, and post-Roe politics.
At a time when Valentine’s Day has become grotesque, a word should be said for old-fashioned romance and youthful matrimony.
A webinar by the WF Buckley Jr Program featuring Christine Rosen, Christopher Caldwell, Mary Eberstadt, and Helen Andrews.
Harold Bloom explores our Western literary tradition by concentrating on the works of twenty-six authors central to the Canon. He argues against ideology in literary criticism; he laments the loss of intellectual and aesthetic standards; he deplores multiculturalism, Marxism, feminism, neoconservatism, Afrocentrism, and the New Historicism.
How The Federal Graphics Improvement Program, with its unlikely hero — President Richard Nixon — inspired the best era of U.S. government design since the New Deal.
A couple purchases a 14th-century Chateau on the French countryside on the cheap, renovating the crumbling building to make a new home for their family. An inspiring piece for married couples looking to purchase a home, or to renovate on your own while thinking outside the box.
Peter Zeihan offers a perspective on the effects of globalization, and the consequences of recent forces to deglobalize, during the COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of China.
“Policymakers should understand that the drug-overdose crisis is a crisis of single men,” writes Patrick T. Brown in City Journal.
“Lifting weights can be a kind of moral training in courage, the opportunity to push the self—not only physically, but spiritually,” writes James Diddams in The American Conservative.
It’s getting trampled all over by History, but while yelling ‘Stop!’
The deal that the American elite chose to make with China has a precedent in the history of Athens and Sparta, writes Lee Smith in Tablet Magazine.
In our current political climate, the issue of immigration has emerged as perhaps the single most salient political issue in the West. It poses questions that are central to the American experience: What does it mean to be an American? How can we best promote the rule of law, while maintaining our tradition as a nation of immigrants? Is immigration strengthening or weakening our country?
Despite being a relatively young nation, the United States of America has a wealth of great classical architecture. Some of these masterpieces have unfortunately been lost however, either due to natural disasters, or by being demolished. In this video, ‘Kings and Things’ looks at four such buildings.
An overdose explosion in 2020, with high numbers continuing into last year, leads to the most depressing conclusion of all: There is simply no reason whatsoever to think things are getting better, or about to get better soon.
“How can anything be right, the public wondered, that makes innocent young people hate themselves?”
Why have all these bills failed? Is there hope for a future immigration compromise?
Just imagine if all the male professors and teachers who read and write for this blessed journal, who deeply care about the plight of the fatherless, actively sought to mentor their students in the most important subject: life. Imagine if, at the beginning of every term, you each announced, and then demonstrated, your openness and willingness to help your young, impressionable students navigate this next chapter in their lives.
“Conservatives are well-positioned to empower families without promoting dependence or corporatization,” writes Austin Stone in Newsweek.
‘Late capitalism’ seeks to exploit addictive behavior, writes Sam Leith.
Ryan T. Anderson on the importance of liberty and rights in the name of the common good.
Boys are going from female-dominated home environments to female-dominated school environments, back to female-dominated home environments—where boys are being told to behave.
Ed West asks, “Twenty years on, who are the big winners from globalization?”
Michael Rentz explains why the supply chains are in crisis.
In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Amanda Milius, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Content at the U.S. State Department, founder of AMDC Films, and Producer and Director of the “The Plot Against The President” documentary, to discuss working in Hollywood as a closet conservative, why she left Los Angeles to volunteer on the Trump campaign, what it was like serving in the State Department.