A presidential term of office bereft of any lasting meaning, importance, or permanence, except a legacy of mismanagement and criminality

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Postliberals, nationalists, and Trumpists all reserve a contempt for America’s central document. The right didn’t always think this way.

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Conservative Protestants see themselves in a battle for America’s soul

“First Crusade: Taking of Jerusalem by the Crusaders, July 15 1099" by Emile Signol (Getty)


On June 19, we will celebrate the best of American history. Make it a national holiday. Now.


Earlier this month, we commemorated the 75th anniversary of V-E Day, the official end of WWII in Europe. The celebration did not include the Soviet Union.

Winston Churchill waves to a crowd, gathered on May 8, 1945, to celebrate victory in Europe. (Bettmann/Getty)


Our coronavirus response, at every level of government, has been disastrous. America must not allow its leaders to avoid real accountability.

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Star Wars is the great epic of our age. How this saga ends is painfully important.

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Two trends ensured it would happen: the cult of celebrity surrounding the presidency, and the depth of our cultural and political polarization

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I do not think it means what you think it means


The key is to change the game

Paul D. Miller

Professor, Georgetown University. Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council. Research Fellow, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

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