Let New York’s rail hub be a temple—not a rats’ nest of tunnels.
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So-called “humanitarian” EU policies are exacerbating migration problems in Africa.
Deploying an army of stars in the nation’s darkening skies
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Progressives can’t embrace identity politics for certain groups without implicitly sanctioning them for others
The U.S. shouldn’t keep its forces where they aren’t wanted, and it shouldn’t want to keep security dependents that no longer desire our presence.
Thousands of private contractors are in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now they may be in Syria, too.
If more Republicans are souring on “internationalism” in foreign policy, that’s the least surprising development of all.
The Trump Tapes reveal a soulless bully with contempt for the weak
Must we go to war over rocks in the South China Sea?
The nuclear deal wasn’t going to be an issue that determined many votes.
Russell Moore’s generation-defining Erasmus Lecture inaugurates a new era for American religious conservatism
McMullin is an anti-Trump candidate whose main appeal is to Republicans that remain deeply committed to a very aggressive foreign policy.
She accused a rival nominee of being a stealth agent of a foreign power.
The coming civil disobedience from orthodox Christians who refuse any longer to shore up the decadent imperium
The idea that Obama has pursued “indefatigable sponsorship of Iran” is a lazy smear that is utterly divorced from reality.
The Donald’s defiance comes as many of his supporters have lost faith in the system.
Against the corrupting view from the incense-filled sacristies
Increased U.S. meddling in the Middle East is presented to the public as if it were a necessary and unavoidable course of action when it is neither.
What will be with Hillary Clinton in the White House, and what might have been if Trump had not been a nut
By returning to their roots, gritty places can prosper outside established economic structures.
Is law in a liberal democracy sustainable without a tradition rooted in transcendence?