A conversation between Niall Ferguson and Charlie Rose.
D'Souza's Shameful Treatment of Conservatives Highlights Need for a Renaissance of Intellectual Conservatism
Conservative doctrine can no longer afford to fall victim to poorly constructed books and films or, for that matter, "talking heads" who risk negating the very real contribution that this political philosophy has and can continue to make to our society.
Francis Fukuyama, now a professor at Stanford University, is perhaps best known for his post-Cold War classic, “The End of
To be sure, leftists don't want to encourage the political right which has its own opportunistic and underhanded agenda in the Middle East. Yet, by sweeping controversy under the rug and not engaging in key debates, the left opens itself up for attack.
"There's a lot of anger out there, there's a lot of frustration. One minute people are bored and apathetic, the next minute they're in the streets burning cars. We are seeing that already in some European cities, it's really urgent that we change the conversation in such a way that young people start to listen instead of just assuming, 'Ah, this doesn't apply to me, it's all bullshit.'"
Society has become centered in the cities, and in the cities, there is only effectiveness when good government is present.
Paul Krugman is giving Niall Ferguson the silent treatment. Sort of. Though he didn’t mention it directly, Krugman’s post
Harvard professor and author Niall Ferguson took on Paul Krugman in a series of blog posts on The Huffington Post. He joined
Niall Ferguson hit out at Paul Krugman on Thursday, charging that "the New York Times has lost control of him." There is