The Myth of American Gridlock
The Myth of American Gridlock Congress is actually getting things done, even as polarization seems to get worse.
Liberalism and the Universality Trap
Liberalism and the Universality Trap The ideals that make liberal society great also make it vulnerable.
The End of History Dies Hard in Berlin
The End of History Dies Hard in Berlin Are Germans still too optimistic about the future, despite everything?
Can a Country Have Moral Interests?
Can a Country Have Moral Interests? In the case of the United States, it does. And it must defend them.
Death and Morality in the War on Ukraine
Death and Morality in the War on Ukraine Remembering that everything—including ourselves—comes to an end can help us focus our decision making.
Among the Believers
Among the Believers Growing up in Utah, I wanted to be Mormon. I wasn't.
Decadence Doesn't Sound All That Bad
Decadence Doesn't Sound All That Bad But sustaining it might be a challenge.
The Strange World of Anti-Natalism
The Strange World of Anti-Natalism Exploring one of the least-compelling objections to a national child allowance.
Learning How to Think
Learning How to Think Inside universities, libertarian bias is more concerning than liberal indoctrination.
The Power of Positive Thinking
The Power of Positive Thinking Can Biden's optimism restore America?