About Ian Tuttle

Ian Tuttle, an alumnus of St. John's College, is Thomas L. Rhodes Journalism Fellow at the National Review Institute where he was previously the William F. Buckley Fellow in Political Journalism.

Justice: An Art Form?

By |2019-11-19T17:25:42-06:00September 3rd, 2016|Categories: Conservatism, Featured, John Locke, Justice, Plato, Russell Kirk, Virtue|

Calls for “social justice” have a bad habit of appearing in caricature: the throwback hippiedom of Occupy Wall Street, the race-baiting rallies of Al Sharpton and other hucksters, the abortion proponents who think the First Amendment was written to protect their “right” to dress up as genitalia. If ever “social justice” was a content-rich term, [...]

The Inevitable Glitch in Obamacare

By |2016-03-01T09:35:04-06:00February 3rd, 2014|Categories: Friedrich Hayek, Government, Politics|Tags: |

For those of us with (just the hint of) a sadistic turn, the square-wheeled rollout of Obamacare—or, as the White House suddenly prefers, “the Affordable Care Act”—is nothing short of schadenfreudetastic. The administration long ago gave up on “glitch,” a term that never approached capturing the problems with the launch of President Obama’s signature legislative [...]

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