On the Federalist Papers: Is there enough courageous conservatism?
The conservative republican vision of the Americans founders–best elaborated in The Federalist–offers, on the other hand, a robust alternative to Progressivism, ever available if we will study and apply it.
Christie: The real elephant in the room
Hamilton exposed the perils of halfway politics in Federalist 15–read how.
On the Federalist Papers: How liberals destroyed Framers dream of limited gov’t
In Federalist 11, Hamilton shows how a national navy can help break down artificial barriers to trade and release the “unequaled spirit of enterprise” pent up by oppressive foreign powers.
On the Federalist Papers: How Congress Is Turning Itself Into a Super-Faction at War with the American People
Congress is on recess, but the American ruling class hasn’t been idle.
On the Federalist Papers: The NSA, the IRS and giving peace a chance
As the Progressive political vision has been actualized, step by step, over the last century, the federal government has become the intrusive third party in more and more interactions between private citizens.
On the Federalist Papers: The peace of a ‘wise and free’ people
Liberal Internationalists like President Obama have, for a century, sought to establish a new world order based upon mutual cooperation among all nations.
On the Federalist Papers: Does the Constitution protect ‘trigger word’ citizens?
Did the Framers intend an IRS BOLO on patriots?
The Federalist Papers: Reflection and choice or accident and force
And since ratification was by no means certain, the authors of The Federalist Papers, over eight and one-half months, made the case for the Constitution in eighty-five carefully-reasoned essays.