Conservatism’s Mozart: Joseph Sobran

By |2016-08-22T09:38:13-05:00April 14th, 2013|Categories: Books, Conservatism|Tags: , , |

Joseph Sobran Joseph Sobran: The National Review Years, Articles From 1974 to 1991, edited by Fran Griffin These are the times that try men’s scruples, especially the scruples of reviewers. Fact A: I knew Joe Sobran, from 2003 to 2008, well enough to sabotage such hopes of critical detachment as I might otherwise [...]

Looking Up from Valhalla

By |2017-06-16T12:32:47-05:00August 21st, 2010|Categories: Ayn Rand, Bradley J. Birzer, C.S. Lewis, Film, Traditional Conservatives and Libertarians|Tags: , |

National Review’s cover featured a very captivating art-deco style rendering of Ayn Rand. Whether intentional or not (and most likely it is), the portrait divides Rand’s face in manichaen fashion, half light, half dark. Though the article, “Ayn Rand Reconsidered: A Greatness Stunted by Hate,” by Jason Steorts, is relatively short, it packs a serious [...]

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