Three inventions which put America back on top
As he takes charge of U.S. grand strategy, he must be a blunt, candid truth-teller.
The horror of what has been deliberately done to Yemen over the last two years is matched only by the near-total international indifference to the plight of its people.
No, says The Atlantic‘s Emma Green, who is therefore no fan of the Benedict Option
There is no evidence that Trump wants to put an end to any of our current wars.
Milo is no joke, warns Christian high school student
The dangers of a warped understanding of internationalism and “American exceptionalism.”
The two thinkers, recently in the news thanks to Steve Bannon, had different views on human nature.
A second Cold War may not end so happily.
On the political meaning of Christianity
Except as a category for organizing different areas and periods of history, “civilization” is not a terribly useful unit of analysis.
UChicago prof: ‘They made him out to be the villain because he told the truth’
Historians agree on the top three. Below that, there are fascinating trends in opinion.
Trump will be getting better advice than he was when Flynn was there.
Transgender madness among Texas high school wrestlers
TAC editor Robert W. Merry hops on public radio to discuss presidential performance.
Tom Wolfe highlights the shabby treatment of two underappreciated intellectuals.
Wrongly designating nonviolent groups as part of a terrorist organization feeds into jihadist propaganda.
Demographer Nick Eberstadt warns that America is in a dangerous place
After 15 years, the first campaign of the War on Terror is on autopilot.
Appointing him would mean endorsing some of the very worst that the GOP has to offer on foreign policy.
Milo and the moral bankruptcy of movement conservatism
The administration is reliably belligerent, but otherwise it is unreliable.
To exercise real oversight, our representatives must take ownership of foreign entanglements.
A 1958 lecture by Father Joseph Ratzinger speaks to the heart of the Ben Op
The leak has narrowed Trump’s options for dealing with Putin.
The Law Of Merited Possibility covers plural marriage too