Not a Penny More
City Journal
December 21, 2012

The case for antitax absolutism.

Extremism in Defense of Liberty
The Claremont Institute
December 12, 2012

Is there a method to the GOP’s “madness”?

A CRB discussion of Economic Inequality
The Claremont Institute
December 12, 2012

In the Summer 2012 issue of the Claremont Review of Books, senior editor William Voegeli reviewed The Great Divergence: America's Growing Inequality Crisis And What We Can Do About It by Timothy Noah, a senior editor of the New Republic.

Not Leveling With Us
The Claremont Institute
August 20, 2012

A review of "The Great Divergence: America's Growing Inequality Crisis and What We Can Do about It," by Timothy Noah and "The Price of Inequality: How Today's Divided Society Endangers Our Future," by Joseph E. Stiglitz.

Ryanism: the Big Picture
National Review
August 14, 2012

Ryan’s vision challenges Democrats to acknowledge the cost of their ambitions.

Reclaiming Democratic Capitalism
The Claremont Institute
June 18, 2012

Workers of the world—invest!

Come Home, Trent Lott: All is Forgiven
No Left Turns
May 3, 2012

It's good to see this sign that enlightened thinkers are reaching a consensus: Pretending to be offended by some public figure's ancient remark in order to end that figure's career is a contemptible tactic.

The Meanings of Mobility
The Family in America
March 21, 2012

The alternative to recapturing the social patterns and standards that characterized America as recently as the 1970s is to acquiesce in becoming a nation where stable, two-parent families are the norm in the top two quintiles and the exception everywhere else.

The Crisis Hits Close to Home
No Left Turn
March 9, 2012

Timothy Noah's new book, The Great Divergence: America's Growing Inequality Crisis and What We Can Do About It, should be available around the time the author, a New Republic columnist, deposits the first paycheck signed by his new boss, a 28-year-old with a net worth in excess of $700 million.

Affirmative Action Returns to the Front Page
No Left Turn
February 24, 2012

This week's news that the Supreme Court will hear a case on policies to increase the number of black and Hispanic students enrolled at public universities in Texas reanimates the affirmative action debate, just in time for America to decide whether to elect its first black president to a second term. Our friend Joel Mathis forcefully expresses several pro-affirmative action arguments.