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Policy

Laying down our arms

To reduce gun violence, both sides need to soften their positions

By Casey Chalk

Politics

The left’s great abortion freakout

The hysteria can’t hide the fact that the procedure stops a beating heart

By Casey Chalk

Policy

How ‘defund the police’ hurt the black community

Media narratives may have done more damage than the police themselves

By Casey Chalk

Policy

Why the pro-life movement is winning

A grisly story in DC exposes a truth about abortion that the left wants to ignore

By Casey Chalk

China

China: one bully to rule them all

Beijing seeks not just regional but global dominance

By Casey Chalk

Politics

There’s no such thing as a ‘global citizen’

It’s an oxymoron that erodes national sovereignty and republican government

By Casey Chalk

Education

The left comes for the parents’ rights movement

Conservatives are winning in schools, so now progressives are saying ‘my child, my choice’

By Casey Chalk

Culture

When victimhood is a game, everyone loses

Give up on a left-wing politics whose purpose is to amplify our differences

By Casey Chalk

China

Home is where the racism is

Only in America can the privileged claim victimhood while excusing the Chinese Communist Party

By Casey Chalk

Politics

How to resist the age of grievance

Glenn Youngkin ignores the haters and presses onward. We would do well to emulate him

By Casey Chalk

Books

The deep conservatism of Agatha Christie

Her stories always saw good triumph over evil, while resisting social anarchies

By Casey Chalk

Economics

An economy that’s good, not just efficient

Oren Cass and others are waking us up to a reality: there’s more to life than making markets freer

By Casey Chalk

Culture

How elites hijacked the conversation on race

Instead of serious solutions to real problems, we get the Washington Football Team

By Casey Chalk

Culture

Cicero on rejecting the 1619 Project

He understood we should treat our elders with charity, not cast them as bigots

By Casey Chalk

Politics

What conservatives get right about masculinity

If an entire sex is suffering, the very survival of republican government is at stake

By Casey Chalk

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