“Beyond Fusionism”

Israeli-American scholar Yoram Hazony is known as the leading light of national conservatism. His new book, “Conservatism,” goes further to propose a unified field theory for conservatives in a time …

“Wax Roots Politics”

Gavin Wax, leader of the New York Young Republican Club, has been a star at rebuilding the GOP’s cadres, grassroots efforts and prestige in the Empire State. In this episode …

“Freiheit at Liberty”

Canadian lawyer David Freiheit has become one of North America’s leading video legal commentators as “Viva Frei.” If it’s true that liberty means the right to tell people what they …

“The Other Menken”

Rabbi Yaakov Menken wants the world to know that the “speaking as a Jew” people are speaking for themselves. Jewish sensibility, he explains, is pretty much conservative sensibility. And he …

“The Exiled King of Memes”

Logan Cook, better known as Carpe Donktum, did conservative memes on Twitter so well that he had to be stopped. And even though the phony lawsuit that was used as …

“Ngo Man’s Land”

Left wing terrorist network Antifa fears no one the way it fears Andy Ngo. Antifa’s commitment to shutting him down has cost him dearly – but he has no intention …

“The Blogfather”

Despite his notable scholarly  achievements, law professor Glenn Reynolds – “Instapundit” – may never live down being one of the most influential law and policy bloggers ever.  It doesn’t look …

“The Spectator Lady”

Melissa Mackenzie runs The American Spectator – the old school conservative magazine that didn’t go wobbly. And it had plenty of reasons to.

“All he Wanted was a Pepsi”

  Aaron Sibarium doesn’t claim to be a kind of genius, but he doesn’t exactly run away from the suggestion either. Co-host of the “Institutionalized” podcast and a reporter for …

“The Quiet Man”

John Hayward consistently and quietly offers the smartest takes on just about every policy issue you can think of.  So… “who” is he?