On October 3, 1789, President George Washington issued his Thanksgiving proclamation.
U.S. Republican politics is changing. At the center is a new conservative ideology formally known as ‘National Conservatism,’ which believes that the public square can never be neutral.
In a wide-ranging interview, New York City-based psychoanalyst Erica Komisar discusses how to tackle gender reversal stress, parenting and raising happy and resilient children during a time of social turmoil and uncertainty.
President Biden’s emphasis on the preservation of democracy constitutes a finetuning of liberal internationalism that is based on the principle that global stability comes from democratic systems, free-markets, and participation in American-led multinational organizations, argues James M. Dorsey.
Americans are not as divided as one might think, says best-selling author Batya Ungar-Sargon. We discuss her book, “Bad News: How Woke Media Is Undermining Democracy,” as well as current trends in American life.
Professor Naomi Feldman has served at the highest levels of government in both the United States and Israel. In a wide-ranging interview, Feldman outlines the pressure points for the U.S. and Israeli economies, respectively.
There’s only one word to describe Heather Mac Donald: fearless. Through her contrarian approach to popular culture and the conventional wisdom of the hour, the Manhattan Institute scholar has established herself as one of America’s preeminent public intellectuals. People are listening to what she has to say – and the public debate is shifting.