Seymour Hersh documents Ankara’s efforts to pull the U.S. into the Levant.
Comparing Ukraine’s crisis with 1938 misreads both history and the present.
Resistance to commitment threatens traditional religion much more than a multiplicity of ideas.
How situational constitutionalism–think “Bundy’s rebellion” and the expansion of presidential power–ruins our politics.
Friends of peace and limited government shouldn’t mistake which protests have followed a democratic course.
Those accusing the Kentucky senator of fear-mongering should look in the mirror.
How military careerism breeds habits of defeat
Ignoring Russia’s relevant interests has imperiled Ukraine’s turn westward.
A trimmer’s case against open borders and closed minds
As marijuana moves from the shadows to the marketplace, regulators fear another Big Tobacco.
Sen. Mike Lee and others in the GOP confront the Export-Import bank—and corporate welfare.
Hollywood’s icon of masculinity acted like he lived: plainly and honestly.
A midlife crisis is cured by The Divine Comedy