Dick Cheney and Jennifer Rubin aim to purge the freedom movement from the right—leaving nothing but authoritarianism.
Our writers on the best books of 2014, personal favorites, and bibliophiles’ suggestions for Santa.
A woman has one weekend to beg for her job in the Dardenne brothers’ harrowing new film.
Will Kim Jong-un lift the lid on the Tinseltown cesspit?
The arguments for hyperventilation don’t hold water.
Rubio has made himself the leading defender of a bankrupt policy that also happens to be broadly unpopular.
The North Koreans are exploiting an American cultural weakness
The actor calls out Hollywood cowardice in the Sony affair
It’s an exercise in reaffirming their ideological assumptions.
My Orthodox mission church in Louisiana, and the Benedictine monastery in Norcia
After 50 years of perfect policy failure, the U.S. has a political opening to help a reforming Cuba prosper.
The film isn’t just dumb—it’s mindlessly insensitive to an intensely suffering people.
Liberals’ emphasis on identity politics at the expense of basic socio-economic fairness has driven away countless average people.
Good, walkable urbanism matters more for a neighborhood than an arbitrary labeling of city or suburb.
Normalization is broadly popular in the country and especially in Florida.
Bret Stephens adds to the pile of thin attempts to justify America’s global policing.
A socialist professor defends liberal education from capitalism, unthinking conservatism, and his critics.
The U.S. should seek to maintain normal relations with as many states as possible.
The Democratic Party’s favorite populist now basks in media and netroots favor, but would face real 2016 obstacles.
Why its juxtaposition of the silly and serious is bad for publications everywhere
Bush will support failed, hard-line policies to the bitter end.
Restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba isn’t going to have negative “repercussions” around the world.
Finally, the U.S. is ending more than fifty years of fruitless hostility.
Normalization is twenty years overdue.
And if he can’t, what becomes of “Putinism”?
Russia’s economic free fall and the fate of its leader
Get your wrists ready for Bush v. Clinton
The “electability” argument on which the case for Jeb Bush depends falls apart on closer inspection.
Nothing conveys a message of staleness and intellectual bankruptcy like yet another Bush dynasty revival.
The Louisiana governor appears poised to announce his presidential run in connection with a prayer rally
It would give America the debate we need on the Wall Street-Washington power nexus
It would probably be a better use of Warren’s time to concentrate on her role in the Senate.
The Senate’s investigation may only be the tip of the iceberg.
The Dodd-Frank rule probably wasn’t a very efficacious way of restraining large FDIC-insured banks, but that doesn’t mean we should cheer repeal.