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Stephanie Taub explains at the Daily Signal how Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s judicial philosophy helps preserve the U.S. Constitution.
Stephanie Taub explains at the Daily Signal how Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s judicial philosophy helps preserve the U.S. Constitution.
 
John McCormack of National Review Online examines a key line from Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s first speech as a Supreme Court nominee.
John McCormack of National Review Online examines a key line from Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s first speech as a Supreme Court nominee.
 
In recent years, the media has given us dire warnings about the "crisis of the humanities." In article after article, one reads about falling enrollments in college English departments and funding cuts
In recent years, the media has given us dire warnings about the "crisis of the humanities." In article after article, one reads about falling enrollments in college English departments and funding cuts
 
When explaining modern American conservatism to students, both young and not-so-young, I mix my methods
When explaining modern American conservatism to students, both young and not-so-young, I mix my methods
 
In his long-awaited book, George Mason University economist Bryan Caplan argues that "the education system is a waste of time and money." He is emphatically not against people learning skills and knowledge but argues that our current system of education does a poor job of that
In his long-awaited book, George Mason University economist Bryan Caplan argues that "the education system is a waste of time and money." He is emphatically not against people learning skills and knowledge but argues that our current system of education does a poor job of that
 
The Great Books-the primary texts that include the greatest writings of Western Civilization-once formed the basis of all higher education. The highest levels of society were often closed to those who could not discuss the important works of the Classical period, Christianity, or the Enlightenment
The Great Books-the primary texts that include the greatest writings of Western Civilization-once formed the basis of all higher education. The highest levels of society were often closed to those who could not discuss the important works of the Classical period, Christianity, or the Enlightenment
 
For the past year, I was enrolled in a small graduate-level Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) program at the Cevro Institute in Prague, Czech Republic
For the past year, I was enrolled in a small graduate-level Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) program at the Cevro Institute in Prague, Czech Republic
 
We have something like an official philosopher, as well, although no legislation has confirmed it
We have something like an official philosopher, as well, although no legislation has confirmed it
 
College officials have cultivated a nice image for themselves-scholarly people who care deeply about providing the best possible education for their students
College officials have cultivated a nice image for themselves-scholarly people who care deeply about providing the best possible education for their students
 
I always cringe when I hear someone say this famous Wise Guy Quote.
 
I leapt from the Uber car at LaGuardia, made my way quickly through security, and boarded the US Airways Shuttle to Washington, D.C. I removed my suit jacket, loosened my tie, and took my seat. Pulling my laptop from my leather briefcase, I opened a spreadsheet to review the layout of the...
I leapt from the Uber car at LaGuardia, made my way quickly through security, and boarded the US Airways Shuttle to Washington, D.C. I removed my suit jacket, loosened my tie, and took my seat. Pulling my laptop from my leather briefcase, I opened a spreadsheet to review the layout of the...
 
Recent events lead me to restate an argument I made several years ago in response to a belligerent correspondent: mind your own business.
Recent events lead me to restate an argument I made several years ago in response to a belligerent correspondent: mind your own business.
 
In my 35 years of teaching in the Marquette University philosophy department, there were always some faculty (including the present chair) who were quite public about having "partners."
In my 35 years of teaching in the Marquette University philosophy department, there were always some faculty (including the present chair) who were quite public about having "partners."
 
Mention Duke and UNC in the same breath and almost everyone thinks about intense rivalry. While that’s true in sports, it is not true in academics.
Mention Duke and UNC in the same breath and almost everyone thinks about intense rivalry. While that’s true in sports, it is not true in academics.
 
Fiscal conservatives think government is too large, costs too much, and tries to do too much.
Fiscal conservatives think government is too large, costs too much, and tries to do too much.
 
The philosophy department at the University of Colorado at Boulder is in hot water. CU-Boulder's administration replaced the department chair, suspended graduate admissions for a year, and sent everyone to sensitivity training. What caused such draconian punishment?
The philosophy department at the University of Colorado at Boulder is in hot water. CU-Boulder's administration replaced the department chair, suspended graduate admissions for a year, and sent everyone to sensitivity training. What caused such draconian punishment?
 
In nearly three decades of writing a syndicated column on North Carolina politics and government, I've always received a steady stream of reader response. In the days before email, I'd get an occasional phone call or personal letter, but most of the response came in the form of letters to the...
In nearly three decades of writing a syndicated column on North Carolina politics and government, I've always received a steady stream of reader response. In the days before email, I'd get an occasional phone call or personal letter, but most of the response came in the form of letters to the...
 
Frank Meyer is a name that should be familiar to every serious student of American politics and political philosophy. Alas, I fear it is not. One of the original writing talents at William F. Buckley's National Review, Frank Meyer (1909-1972) edited the "back of the book" - reviews, arts, and...
Frank Meyer is a name that should be familiar to every serious student of American politics and political philosophy. Alas, I fear it is not. One of the original writing talents at William F. Buckley's National Review, Frank Meyer (1909-1972) edited the "back of the book" - reviews, arts, and...
 
For those of us who care about ideas and public affairs, a small handful of people, even if we have never met them, place an indelible mark on us.
For those of us who care about ideas and public affairs, a small handful of people, even if we have never met them, place an indelible mark on us.
 
Our success is the result of freedom - economic, political, and civil liberties. We are not by any means perfect and we have more recently developed some serious problems.
Our success is the result of freedom - economic, political, and civil liberties. We are not by any means perfect and we have more recently developed some serious problems.
 
In a free enterprise system a person can only become rich by creating value or improving the lives of others. A person can only become rich by giving people what they want.
In a free enterprise system a person can only become rich by creating value or improving the lives of others. A person can only become rich by giving people what they want.
 
To understand your mind, is to have control over your actions. Having control over your actions, is the first step toward freedom.
To understand your mind, is to have control over your actions. Having control over your actions, is the first step toward freedom.
 
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