John Stuart Mill pioneered the libertarian assault on custom, and its willingness to force people to be free.
If the sadists of ISIS are seeking—with their mass executions, child rapes, …
With Republicans now ruling Congress, any momentum for surveillance state reform has been lost.
Hard-liners prefer an Iranian nuclear program that faces no real scrutiny and has no restrictions placed upon it.
Walker’s CPAC remarks remind us that he has nothing substantive to say about foreign policy.
All of Britain’s wars over the last two decades have been wars of choice that it could have avoided.
Resistance or conformity? In our star-spangled Babylon, we arrive at a moment for choosing
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If the U.S. never allowed any “light” between it and its allies and clients, that would mean letting those allies and clients dictate what U.S. policy ought to be.
How should the Right should build its artistic counterculture? A respectful dissent
Many of Netanyahu’s critics don’t like seeing the “pro-Israel” consensus in the U.S. called into question.
Rand Paul’s attempts to placate hard-liners in his party are useless.
But that doesn’t mean it’s wrong.
Why indie bookstores are seeking subscribers to stay alive
Corbusier courted Mussolini with the same ideas that still devastate American cities.
Most Americans are understandably wary of funneling weapons into an ongoing conflict.
In the 1956 Suez Crisis, Eisenhower recognized that America’s interests did not lie with blind and unconditional support of an ally.
America’s preeminent Christian novelist explores baptism, works, and redemption.
The drive to “do something” pushes the NSC and FBI to take extreme responses to Charlie Hebdo.
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Victims of the private contractors responsible for the Iraq war’s worst prison abuses are finally being granted standing to sue.
Virginia’s ex-attorney general is taking on the incarceration state.
How U.S. medicine is changing the way the world loses its mind.
Neuroscience offers insights into why Christian ‘cruxploitation’ movies are so bad
“American Sniper” was only the latest film to recycle the stock bad guys and plotlines that send the U.S. to war.
How can liberalism support more personal freedom yet less economic individualism—and is libertarianism our destiny?
The supporters of this disgraceful and unnecessary war have faced no backlash or much serious criticism.
The ISIS intervention may defy limits—and some in Congress don’t believe it should have any.