Tying the budget process to the GOP legislative platform brings only pain.
An anti-establishment, populist wave is surging across Europe and the U.S.
Christians had better be ready and willing to lose everything
Different factions are going to end up on the same side of a debate for all sorts of reasons.
In the film Little Sister, everybody is damaged and betrayed—but they are genuinely forgiven.
It is telling that the Post thinks that there needs to be an “antidote” to a democratic decision by the citizens of a close ally.
Why the religious liberty fight matters
It would be a mistake to see the success of the Leave campaign as a sign that Trump is capable of pulling off something similar.
The same democratic deficit that motivated many people in the U.K. to vote Leave is the very thing that critics of the referendum result want to increase.
Are they suffering a crisis of faith? Or merely the loss of relevance?
A new decision doubles down on decades’ worth of dubious precedent.
Tim Whyman, Millennial Citizen Of The World, spits on his Brexit-voting small town
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A new book on the founding father complicates the Philadelphia Convention cult’s enterprise.
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In countries across the West, populist movements are on the rise.
Voters came back to bite the political class at the most critical moment.
Do we fixate on the virtual to avoid the real?
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Foreign-policy blunders and personal corruption make Clinton vulnerable.
Gary Johnson and Bill Weld used an hour of prime-time television to burnish their establishment credentials.
In both the Scottish and EU referendums, Cameron miscalculated about as badly as one can.
Brexit, mass immigration, and the fate of American politics
Even after Brexit, mass immigration will still have forever changed a nation.
Rémi Brague: ‘Tradition is what gives us ourselves’
Instead of quashing his Euroskeptic detractors, Cameron presided over their greatest success to date.
Almost half of her party—and more than two-thirds of its youth—want a different kind of liberalism.