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The Nuclear Family Has Failed

There is nothing conservative about atomisation, writes Yoram Hazony....

By Jake

HELEN ANDREWS: What The 1619 Project Means

“How can anything be right, the public wondered, that makes innocent young peo...

By Helen Andrews

Welcoming Back The Traditional, One-Income Family

"Good news on the cultural front is rare in 2020s America, so we should gleefull...

By Steve Cortes

Wherever Home Is Now, Stay There

In her new book, Grace Olmstead illustrates the ills of industrial agriculture a...

By Emile Doak

Stop Hedging, Start Marrying

"But unless we can shift from treating all citizens first and foremost as separa...

By Mary Harrington

When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment

Ryan T. Anderson argues that we must do more politically to protect human flouri...

By Ryan T. Anderson

Time For GOP To Focus On The Family

John A. Burtka IV of The American Conservative makes the case that conservatives...

By John A. Burtka IV

Dive Deeper

The End of Citizenship

Having converted their own republic into a borderless credit union, Americans ha...

By Michael Lind

Antarctica: Encounters at the End of the World (Documentary)

This Oscar-nominated documentary by acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog explores, ...

By Werner Herzog

Will Congress Seize an Opportunity to Protect Children?

"Amid uncertainty over other Big Tech legislation, legislators should agree on r...

By Clare Morell and Adam Candeub

On Fatherly Figures

Just imagine if all the male professors and teachers who read and write for this...

By Phillip Dolitsky

The Changing Face of Social Breakdown

Pathologies of unruliness are being displaced by pathologies of passivity, write...

By Yuval Levin

How the Chinese Trade Deal Led to the Great Awokening

Ed West asks, "Twenty years on, who are the big winners from globalization?"...

By Ed West

A Distinctly American Family Policy

Borrowing a family policy prescription from Helsinki or Budapest is bound to dis...

By Patrick T. Brown

Culture and Education

A “Proliferation of Administrators”: Yale Faculty Reflect On Two Decades of Rapid Expansion

Yale’s administration has grown rapidly, which some professors say negatively ...

By Philip Mousavizadeh

Even Indiana Teaches Math Is Racist (feat. Tony Kinnett)

Tony Kinnett joins Moment of Truth to talk CRT in education, wokeness in public ...

By Moment of Truth

The Decline And Fall Of NASCAR

America’s most Southern sport has betrayed its own fan base, writes Wells King...

By Wells King

True Men, Queens, and Social Contagion (feat. Carl Trueman)

Carl Trueman joins Moment of Truth in a fascinating episode on the roots of tran...

By Moment of Truth

Strange New World: How Thinkers and Activists Redefined Identity and Sparked the Sexual Revolution

From Philosophy to Technology, Tracing the Origin of Identity Politics...

By Carl R. Trueman

A Historian Explains Being Gen-Z

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By Whatifalthist

Jesus and John Wayne among the Deplorables

Wokal Distance takes on postmodernism and how it gets used by Kristin DuMez in h...

By Michael Young

Urbanism and Architecture

We Bought A Crumbling Chateau — And That’s How It Looks Now

A couple purchases a 14th-century Chateau on the French countryside on the cheap...

By How To Renovate A Chateau

America’s Lost Classical Architecture

Despite being a relatively young nation, the United States of America has a weal...

By Kings and Things

Why Architecture Is Political

"Architecture is not just the expression of our positive political values, but a...

By Aris Roussinos

Making Federal Architecture Great Again

Ignore the critics: President Trump’s federal architecture executive order is ...

By Colette Arredondo

The Aesthetics of Architecture

A landmark account of architectural theory and practice from acclaimed philosoph...

By Sir Roger Scruton

Why You Hate Contemporary Architecture

And if you don’t, why you should…...

By Nathan J. Robinson and Brianna Rennix

The Timeless Way of Building

In this mesmerizing and accessible book, Christopher Alexander describes a theor...

By Christopher Alexander

Marriage, Feminism, and Motherhood

A Case For Getting Married

At a time when Valentine's Day has become grotesque, a word should be said for o...

By Matthew Walther

How To Destroy Both Genders In Fifty Years (feat. Mary Eberstadt)

In Today's "Moment of Truth," Saurabh and Emma sit down with Mary Eberstadt, con...

By Moment of Truth

Phyllis Schlafly on the ERA

Phyllis Schlafly and Barbara Walters discuss ERA and Feminism in this short clip...

By Phyllis Schlafly

Mary Harrington: The Sexual Revolution Killed Feminism

This speech was delivered by Mary Harrington at the 2021 National Conservatism C...

By Mary Harrington

“Self-Love” Is Not The Highest Good In Marriage And Motherhood

Ultimately, radical commitment to “self” is not empowerment but a form of fe...

By Emma Posey

Marriage With Family at Its Center

In trying times, spouses realize that the core of their relationship is caring f...

By Brad Wilcox

Soulmates are Fake (feat. Brad Wilcox) | Ep. 23

In Today's "Moment of Truth," Nick and Emma sit down with Brad Wilcox, Director ...

By Moment of Truth

Conservation

Richard Perkins on Regenerative Agriculture

Richard Perkins is a globally recognised leader in the field of Regenerative Agr...

By Richard Perkins

Land, Water, Air, Body. Conserving What Matters (feat. Micah Meadowcroft) | Moment of Truth Ep. 4

In today's episode, Saurabh, Nick, and esteemed guest Micah Meadowcroft discuss ...

By Moment of Truth

Look Back For The Future Of Conservative Environmentalism

Micah Meadowcroft charts the long history of environmentalism on the right from ...

By Micah Meadowcroft

The Saint of the City Goes Rural: Dorothy Day and the Life of the Land

Dorothy Day’s vision was one of learning from the land, that the cities might ...

By Myles Werntz

American Men In Crisis

Fighting for Fatherhood

With the Left’s hostile response to Florida’s initiative to support responsi...

By Patrick T. Brown

Opioids and the Unattached Male

"Policymakers should understand that the drug-overdose crisis is a crisis of sin...

By Patrick T. Brown

A Weighty Education

"Lifting weights can be a kind of moral training in courage, the opportunity to ...

By James Diddams

Young Men and Society: We Will Only Get Out What We Put In

Boys are going from female-dominated home environments to female-dominated schoo...

By Philip Zimbardo

Senator Josh Hawley: The Future of the American Man

Senator Josh Hawley's keynote at the second National Conservatism Conference whe...

By National Conservatism

Saagar Enjeti: American Men Are In Crisis

Saagar Enjeti of Breaking Points breaks down the statistics that show American m...

By Saagar Enjeti

Male Loneliness In Suburbia

A powerful testimony sent to writer Rod Dreher about manhood, suburbia, the brea...

By Rod Dreher

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