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Chinese history shows what happens when an old system loses its force.
“Pop ‘antiracism’ is the logical conclusion of CRT,” writes Aaron Sibarium in The Washington Free Beacon, in a look at the history of Critical Race Theory.
Charles Haywood at The Worthy House offers a way out of liberalism, presenting a new philosophy — Foundationalism — which draws upon universal truths and the “wisdom of the past” to chart a new path forward.
Outlining his position on immigration in August of last year, Donald Trump, then the Republican candidate for U.S. president, made his motivating philosophy clear: “There
Our ruling classes reject our right to govern ourselves, writes Edward J. Erler
In a world economy that has seen labor’s share of income drop for generations, this labor shortage could provide some restored leverage for both white and blue collar workers,” writes Joel Kotkin in Newsweek.
In Today’s “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, to discuss the apocalyptic state of our southern border, the negative impacts of a massive influx of illegal aliens on the United States economy and American culture, and the problems with America’s legal immigration system.
In Today’s “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Samuel Hammond, Director of Poverty & Welfare Policy at the Niskanen Center, to discuss the sorry state of pro-family policies in the United States (like the child tax credit), how to alleviate poverty nationwide, what if anything America can learn from Canadian welfare policies.
In Today’s “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Congressman Jim Banks (R-IN), Chairman of the Republican Study Committee, to discuss the state of working class families in America, the threat from China, how to fix healthcare in America, and Jim’s recent meeting with President Trump and his plans for the future.
“OWS was a triumph of American industrial and innovation policy. It saved countless lives. It demonstrated American competence, and it should give Americans confidence,” writes David Adler in American Affairs.
In this episode of Feudal Future, guests Julius Krein and Aaron Renn join the show to talk about the state of our elite class, and how we got here, from financialization to the breakdown of local institutions — and what the future of America’s middle class may look like.
In Today’s “Moment of Truth,” Nick and Emma sit down with Aaron Renn, Founder of “The Masculinist,” to discuss manhood in the 21st century, the history of conservatism, and protestantism.
In her new book, Grace Olmstead illustrates the ills of industrial agriculture and the personal tension in America’s urban and rural divide, writes Emile Doak in The American Conservative.
“Republicans in power would seldom even consider a major infrastructure program with an eye toward their core constituencies, or major spending to bring strategic or high-wage sectors back to the Heartland,” says Julius Krein, as he examines the GOP’s “constituency problem.”
“If we consent to set aside for a moment the particular case of France (and really it would be wise to do so), the conclusion becomes crystal clear: the inevitable consequence of what we call progress (at all levels, economic, political, scientific, technological) is self-destruction,” writes author Michel Houellebecq in UnHerd on the various issues facing France and Western Civilization, from declining fertility rates, the rise of China, and general social malaise.
The right must recover the Republican tradition of skepticism towards centralized economic power, says Rachel Bovard, writing for The American Conservative.
In Today’s “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh & Nick sit down with Joe Kent, former Green Beret and CIA Operative, to discuss the true costs of war, what an America First foreign policy looks like, what to do about Russia, Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan, and how to bring manufacturing back to the US and beat China.
American Moment President Saurabh Sharma joins First Things’ Contributing Editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss American Moment’s mission and why personnel is policy.
In Today’s “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh & Nick sit down with Kevin Roberts, CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, to discuss the state of higher education in America, critical race theory, states rights, and how getting married young and having kids will change the world.
“In wealthy societies, a large part of the corporate elite does not see widespread economic growth or rising living standards as a goal but as an impediment to meeting the demands of the ‘stakeholders,'” writes Joel Kotkin for The Center for the American Way of Life.
In today’s “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh, Nick and guest John Allen Gay, Executive Director of the John Quincy Adams Society, discuss Russia, China, the Middle East, and the political establishment’s addiction to foreign wars.
Alexander Hamilton’s Federalist Party provides a blueprint for conservatives today, writes Ofir Haivry and Yoram Hazony.
In today’s episode, Saurabh, Nick and guest Ryan T. Anderson, President of the Ethics & Public Policy Center, discuss life on the farm, developing a strong family culture, the Ahmari vs. French debate, and how conservatives can fight back against Big Tech.
“If conservatives want to preserve access to the online infrastructure of commerce and speech, they’re going to have to break up Big Tech,” American Moment Board Member Rachel Bovard writes in The Federalist.
Tucker Carlson breaks down troubling political censorship during and after the recent presidential election and exposes collusion on a massive scale from the same companies that purport to foster free and fair platforms for all.
“These hypocrites want to have it both ways: to coast off everything that makes America the most business-friendly country in the world, while moving good jobs out of our nation and waging a merciless war against traditional values,” writes Sen. Marco Rubio.
The loss of manufacturing jobs gutted these smaller metropolitan and rural areas. What will it take to revive them? Michael Collins explores.
We now have a system that forces would-be parents to think of their children as a cost and not an asset. Yet these children are quite literally the most valuable asset that any country could possibly possess, writes Gladden Pappin.
America should seek to expand its coalition of allies and partners—but based on a country’s ability and will to help address interests it shares with America, not on its history with Washington or the nature of the country’s political regime, writes Elbridge Colby at The National Interest.
Western liberalism has no answer to assertive powers that take pride in their cultural roots, wrties Aris Roussinos at UnHerd.
“Architecture is not just the expression of our positive political values, but also of the pathologies and debilitating culture wars enfeebling our civilisation,” writes Aris Roussinos at Unherd.
Tony Kinnett joins Moment of Truth to talk CRT in education, wokeness in public schools, COVID’s impact on students, the problem with “school choice” as a singular solution, and more.
Cardinal preferences explain why all institutions are woke, writes Richard Hanania.
In today’s episode, Saurabh and guest Will Chamberlain discuss what must be done about big tech, how Clarence Thomas’s epic concurring opinion has expanded the Overton window, why conservatives always lose, and what the state of media is in 2021.
“The stakes are high. Should children be taught that our nation is a four-hundred-year-old system of racist oppression? Or should they learn that what has always made America exceptional is our pursuit of liberty and justice for all?”
“With two recessions and a botched pandemic under their belt, the Boomers are their children’s favorite punching bag. But is the hatred justified? Is the destruction left in their wake their fault or simply the luck of the generational draw?”
First Principles: What America’s Founders Learned from the Greeks and Romans and How That Shaped Our Country
Recommended by American Moment’s COO Nick Solheim.
No national politician of his era spoke more forcefully to what have become the concerns of our own than Jim Traficant, writes Matthew Walther in The American Conservative.
Today’s globalist dogma is incompatible with our country’s survival, writes John Fonte in The American Mind.
“But unless we can shift from treating all citizens first and foremost as separate individuals, toward a willingness to take a policy stand explicitly for life in common, the trend away from shared life toward bitter atomisation will continue, and the deferred costs of that atomisation will increasingly come due,” writes Mary Harrington.”
The NatCon Squad, Episode 11: Justice Thomas Big Tech Special, and Woke Capital Vetoes Georgia Election Law, featuring Rachel Bovard, Josh Hammer, Emily Jashinsky, and Ben Weingarten.
In today’s episode, Saurabh, Nick, and guest Curt Mills discuss Trump vs. Biden’s foreign policy, trade, future presidential races, and a doomsday prediction.
The Left will never admit it, but the end of “racism” would be an unmitigated disaster for them. It would rob them of their most powerful weapon—the accusation, however unfounded, of racism,” writes David Azerrad at The American Mind.
In this featured clip from the Moment of Truth Podcast, Josh Hammer explains different strands of the Originalist view of judicial philosophy, as well as his own conception of ‘Common Good Originalism.’
Senator Josh Hawley reacts to the recent Bostock Decision, which re-interpreted Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to extend to gay and transgender people.
In today’s episode, Saurabh, Nick, and esteemed guest Josh Hammer discuss the over-liberalization of the American political Right and how an “originalist” judicial philosophy should be oriented toward the common good.
In today’s episode, Saurabh, Nick, and esteemed guest Arthur Milikh discuss The Claremont Institute’s new DC think tank, the decline of American universities, and the left’s dark obsession with critical race theory and identity politics.
Andrew Kloster outlines 28 ‘rules’ for all young patriots to live by.
The U.S. was once a manufacturing leader in semiconductors. That’s no longer the case. How did it come to this?
Wilcox and Randolph explore how current welfare policy creates a “marriage penalty” for the working class.