A new film, purporting to be about Shakespeare’s final years, is constructed on a lie:
Here’s my review of a new posthumously published book by the great Russian writer:
Last Sunday, on the very day of Newman’s canonization, I gave a talk on the great saint’s life and legacy for the Institute of Catholic Culture in Arlington, Virginia. Those wishing to see the full video of my talk can do so here:
The life of Alexander Solzhenitsyn proves that reality contradicts “realistic” novels and that it has a happier ending:
In anticipation of John Henry Newman’s canonization this weekend, here’s my tribute to the great man and soon-to-be saint:
What do the European Union and Hotel California have in common? All is revealed in my latest essay for the Imaginative Conservative:
What way should we turn when we come to the fork in the road? Should we turn left or right? Or does the fork speak with a forked tongue?