From a conservative standpoint, Roberts is a highly unpredictable member of the current court, always keeping his finger to ...
Though Wesley slipped at times into the self-referentiality that plagued the worst of the après-Pop conceptual-art movement, ...
Paul du Quenoy is President of the Palm Beach Freedom Institute. He holds a Ph.D. in History from Georgetown University.
Occasioned by Jeremy Black’s essay in our February 2024 issue.
“Milton Friedman isn’t running the show anymore,” declared President Biden in 2020, as the historian Jennifer Burns reminds ...
The literature of the British Isles is populated by a motley crew of ghosts. Consider, for example, Oscar Wilde’s Sir Simon de Canterville: poor Canterville is a melancholic ghoul. He’s an insomniac ...
The National Gallery of Scotland hopes to disperse the winter gloom with its annual display of Turner watercolors—a tall order, considering the nature of Scottish weather. But if there is one artist ...
The Metropolitan Museum of Art reopened to the public in late August. Those of us who lined up outside early shared a special sense of relief at its return. As goes the Met, so goes the metropolis.