Michael Warren Davis, AmericanConservative

Michael Warren Davis


Boston, MA, United States

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Recent articles by Michael:

Be Careful About Lionizing Viganò

The former nuncio became a trad hero after accusing Pope Francis of inaction on McCarrick. But there may be a beam in the accuser's eye. → Read More

The McCarrick Report Will Not Put Scandal To Rest

As the Vatican shines light onto the rumors, we're left with regret, questions, and hope for the future. → Read More

Americans Can't Get Enough Guns

Thanks to the civil unrest, chaos, and looming election that have defined 2020, Americans are stocking up on guns at a record rate. → Read More

Peking Parolin's Dirty Deal

The Vatican's top diplomat renders China unto the communists, against the lessons of history and the advice of those who know better. → Read More

Covid Kills Commuterland

With home-based work taking hold again, this pandemic may mean the end of office life forever. Good riddance. → Read More

Segregation, But Woke

The belief that whites and non-whites cannot coexist is leading us back to a dark period in our history. → Read More

2020 America or 1935 Spain?

The left's campaign against religion and American history is making the right think illiberal thoughts → Read More

Brooks Brothers, R.I.P.

The brand's demise became inevitable when it abandoned the traditional, quintessentially American style that made it great. → Read More

'White Jesus' Tried in the Court of Black Lives Matter

But Americans have their limits, and persecuting religious icons---no matter what faith---may be it. → Read More

Forget All the -isms and Just Legislate Common Sense

A sensibilist regime would pass laws based on whether they're sober and just, starting with noise regulations. → Read More

The Cardinal Pell Witch Hunt is Over

Let's not mince words: he a was victim of legal persecution in a country where Catholics have become personae non grata. → Read More

Time to Come Home and Embrace 'Need-Side' Economics

Among other things, coronavirus shows us that our financial security has been built on a global house of cards. → Read More

The Cost of Being an Entirely Bourgeois Nation

We don't make things anymore, including our own medicines. What happens when our dependence on globalization is really put to the test? → Read More

Why Bloomberg's Campaign is Kind of Refreshing

He might be terrible, but it's fun watching him try to circumvent the media and the usual political conventions. → Read More

Jordan Peterson Deserves Love, Not Spite, in Time of Darkness

The '12 Rules' author finds out the hard way how little mercy exists among the bleeding-heart Left. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren is a Professional Scold and an Academic Elitist

And she would lead Democrats to a crushing defeat in the general election. → Read More

The Passing of a Giant

No one did more to defend the West as it has been and ought to be than Roger Scruton. → Read More

Modern Art: When a Banana is Just a Banana

The man who hung fruit on the wall and called it art has been one-upped by a fellow creative. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg and the Mercenary Religious Left

If progressives think they can enlist Christianity just to win politically, they’re in for a rude awakening. → Read More

Pete Buttigieg and the Mercenary Religious Left

If progressives think they can enlist Christianity just to win politically, they’re in for a rude awakening. → Read More