A stint teaching at a writer’s workshop in Ramallah leads the author to examine the Palestinian resistance through the literature that has shaped it. An excerpt from the latest Hazlitt Original.
How royalty went from almighty overlords to household mongrels — a new perspective on the monarchy. An excerpt from the latest Hazlitt Original.
In this excerpt from Braking Bad, about disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong and the greatest doping conspiracy in sports history, we ask what kind of man is best fit to excel at the Tour de France?
The story of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong isn’t just about the greatest doping conspiracy in sports history—it’s about the nature of corruption. In this excerpt from Braking Bad: Chasing Lance Armstrong and the Cancer of Corruption,…
From our latest Hazlitt Original, an excerpt that accounts for Rob Ford’s election as Toronto mayor, and the rise (and fall) of his influence on city council.
The author of our latest Hazlitt Original, The Gift of Ford, explains the many attractions of Toronto mayor Rob Ford.