To the Editor: On reading the title of Arthur C. Brooks’s piece, “Be Open-Handed Toward Your Brothers” [February], I thought it was wonderful that a conservative...

There will always be poor people in the land. Therefore I command you to be open-handed toward your brothers and toward the poor and needy...

If the Republican Party descends into civil war over the next two years, a luncheon in October of this year will count as its Fort...

Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White HouseBy Peter BakerDoubleday, 816 pages In significant ways, we still live in the post-9/11 era. Islamic extremists plot against...

For forty years, Republican operatives have been consistently frustrated in their energetic and well-funded efforts to win the support of Jewish voters for their presidential...

Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passions, Pastimes, and PoliticsBy Charles KrauthammerCrown Forum, 400 pages Young people often ask Charles Krauthammer how they can become a...

“The earth belongs to the living and not to the dead,” Thomas Jefferson once counseled, albeit musing on generational obligations rather than zombie property rights....

Leading the Way:The Story of Ed Feulner and the Heritage FoundationBy Lee EdwardsCrown Forum, 464 pages Over the past 40 years, Washington think tanks have evolved...

To the Editor: If one starts off with flawed—or totally wrong—premises, it’s unlikely one will end up with the correct conclusions. Sadly (for Republicans, anyway), that’s...

Becoming Right:How Campuses Shape Young ConservativesBy Amy J. Binder and Kate WoodPrinceton University Press, 422 pages When I was a senior at Harvard and the editor...

To the Editor: As a conservative, I must admit my disappointment in the numerous yet diversely lame replies to your symposium question: “What Is the Future...

The Republican Party is in trouble: In the wake of the presidential election, everybody has said so, and everybody is right. From there, however, a...