Russell Seitz

Russell Seitz

Russell Seitz is a Fellow of the Department of Physics at Harvard University.


The Right’s Science Problem

As neoconservatism ascended, its regard for science slipped to the brink of open contempt, for it owed much of its political traction to social conservatives apt to dismiss science as corrupt as literary theory, only more materialistic, and a ...

A Left And A Right

National Review assistant Editor Robert VerBruggen has taken the Justice Department to task in The American Spectator, for firing off a brief in the matter of guns being banned in DC . He thinks it displays less verve than say, the Vice President ...

A Matter of Degrees

“Climatic Zones” writes NASA’s James Hansen “have been shifting poleward for the past thirty years ... If this movement continues ... it will become the predominant cause of extinction of species, many already ...

The Big Sleep

One wonders what John Zmirak will dream of as jet engines humming incandescently waft him through the Atlantic night on his first pilgrimage to Rome. In the aftermath of jet liners truncating Manhattan’s image of itself, many neoconservatives ...

Beaverbrooking Away in His Lodge

in New Hampshire, Canadian National  National (and New York)  Post neocontent provider Mark Steyn has  distracted me from Bill Kristol’s New York Times debut by going  postal at a Jersey paper’s illiberal ...


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