Nightcap

  1. Oakeshott versus the American Originalists David Glasner, Uneasy Money
  2. The limits of common sense Charlotte Allen, Law & Liberty
  3. Woah. Catherine Kim, Vox
  4. Getting to definitions and then getting beyond them Nick Nielsen, Grand Strategy Annex

Nightcap

  1. Ayn Rand and international politics Edwin van de Haar, NOL
  2. Seeing the Gothic in Notre Dame blaze Cynthia Houng, JHIBlog
  3. So let it be unwritten Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  4. The persistence of poverty Robin Hanson, Overcoming Bias

Nightcap

  1. Teach your children well Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  2. A quiet NATO success story Azita Raji, War on the Rocks
  3. Whack-a-mole and Westphalian sovereignty Nick Nielsen, Grand Strategy Annex
  4. Why moving sucks Firoozeh Dumas, New York Times

Nightcap

  1. Duke, lacrosse, and the accusations that have never gone away William Cohan, Vanity Fair
  2. How James Burnham won the Cold War for the West Francis Sempa, Claremont Review of Books
  3. Common sense and the American frontier RealClearHistory
  4. Why the GOP is wrong about work Rachel Lu, the Week

Nightcap

  1. Conscientious refusal to plea bargain Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  2. Fukuyama’s Origins of Political Order Branko Milanovic, globalinequality
  3. How the communists re-educate Muslims James Millward, ChinaFile
  4. The counterfactual histories of Nazi Britain Catherine Gallagher, Aeon

Nightcap

  1. Bringing natural law to international relations Samuel Gregg, Law & Liberty
  2. How to face down the Secret Service Irfan Khawaja, Policy of Truth
  3. Affirmative Action at Harvard and statistics Gelman, Goel, & Ho, Boston Review
  4. The right’s triumph; the Left’s complicity Chris Dillow, Stumbling & Mumbling

Nightcap

  1. Mexico’s democracy is already in bad shape Noel Maurer, The Power and the Money
  2. Gorsuch and Sotomayor join forces in defense of Sixth Amendment rights Joe Setyon, Hit & Run
  3. How the Latin East contributed to a unique cultural world Jonathan Rubin, Aeon
  4. “…he amused himself by creating passports, certificates, permits, government memos, and identification papers.” Paul Grimstad, New Yorker