Pictorial Physiques

Pictorial Physiques Buying Gay: How Physique Entrepreneurs Sparked a Movement, reviewed

A Man of Faith Wonders at How Evangelicals Can Support Trump

A Man of Faith Wonders at How Evangelicals Can Support Trump The Death of Politics: How to Heal Our Frayed Republic After Trump, reviewed

The New Terror in France

The New Terror in France Hate: The Rising Tide of Anti-Semitism in France (And What it Means for Us), reviewed

A gay national security aide to Eisenhower during an era of purges Review of Ike’s Mystery Man: The Secret Lives of Robert Cutler in The Washington Post.

Was Gary Hart the best president we never had? The dumbest assertion ever issued in the history of American politics was purportedly uttered by Gary Hart to The New York Times magazine in 1987: ‘Follow me around, I don’t care.’ Finish reading this review at the Spectator.

Looking for Europe, Finding America Adrift Sometimes, it takes a foreigner to remind you of America’s promise and potential. This is certainly one of those times. Finish reading this review at Tablet.

Rights Gone Wrong Review of The Debasement of Human Rights, by Aaron Rhodes, in Commentary

Of Badgers and Bunnies: Jeremy Thorpe’s Career in the Closet Upon the release of his book about the rise and fall of the Liberal politician, John Preston observed that “If homosexuality had been legal, none of this would’ve happened.” In an ideal world, where homosexuality was not only never legally proscribed, but also never the target of intense and widespread social stigma, this would be...