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Originalism and Its Discontents

The King is Dead. Long Live the King. So do our friends, the authors of “A Better Originalism,” intone their unsympathetic obsequies over the corpse of originalism, struck dead, they declare, by the hand of Justice Neil Gorsuch in…

Die Menschheit des Kapitalismus

Ist der Fusionismus immer noch ein überzeugender Aufruf an die Konservativen? Wo können Traditionalisten unter Konservativen stehen, die nicht glauben, dass eine transzendente Ordnung eine moralische definiert? Haben Libertäre die…

The new currency regime

For decades, the US government has been charging an unlimited credit card that is posting unimaginable trillions of dollars on the Federal Reserve's balance sheet, leaving future generations as guarantors - and the bill may be due sooner…

What’s in a name

The urge to name people, places and things is one of the oldest human impulses that goes back to the Garden of Eden and is certainly as old as the decision of Alexander the Great to give the city he founded his own name - or rather almost…