The American Conservative
President Reagan meeting with William F. Buckley in the Oval Office. / Wikimedia Commons
The American right's relationship with Israel has gone through several phases marked by distinct turning points.
The Daily Caller
In Academia, Neorealism Is Dangerous
William F. Buckley, the great conservative author, pundit, and founder of National Review, harbored no illusions about "progressive" intellectuals.
National Review Online
Is America Better Off or Worse If Conservatives Will Do Anything to Win?
Also in today's Jolt , a discussion of Kurt Schlichter's new book and just how far conservatives can or should go to win when they feel the future of our constitutional republic is at stake: Kurt Schlichter wouldn't claim to be the next WFB - few of us do, and I suspect that he would similarly roll his eyes at the tired, "you're no William F.
Michael Ignatieff goes home
William F. Buckley once said he'd rather be governed by the first 400 people in the Boston phone directory than by the faculty at Harvard University.
Cape Cod Times
Buckley no model for today's GOP
William F. Buckley is held up as a sort of father of Republican pragmatism in Cynthia Stead's June 12 column.