Hillary Clinton is a gift to the global elite.
Even as the world burns and goes bankrupt, nuclear negotiations stand out as the most urgent American foreign-policy priority.
Considering vat-grown meats, locavore conquest, and not-for-profit farming
Yemen has been kicked into the abyss thanks to an unnecessary war that our government continues to support.
Christie’s rhetoric reflects some of the biggest mistakes that hawks make when thinking about foreign policy.
Pleasure and polyamory as the ripest fruit of American liberty
All of the regimes that hard-liners have assumed could not be deterred have been far more concerned with self-preservation and survival.
Iran’s regional reach is very limited.
How every opinion stated on social media about Supreme Court decisions can be clearly derived
“We oppose all forms of corporate welfare.”
Should Christians fight? Retreat? Brooks suggests a third way
Teaching bankers happiness with W.H. Auden
Washington’s definition of success requires all players to act against their own interests to achieve U.S. aims.
Thinking small and creating more flexibility may help America’s students and teachers.
What this racial terrorist has in common with Nidal Hasan, Baruch Goldstein, and Anders Breivik—and what’s different in America.
The historical baggage is too heavy to continue carrying
What is loved would not exist apart from what is abhorred.
It’s a complicated affair. Yankees wouldn’t understand.
White House claims of de-escalation are merely misdirection.
Gazza’s tears and elegant long pass instructed an American in “the beautiful game.”
Despite demands for a more humane agriculture, factory farms are bigger than ever.
The encyclical isn’t primarily about responding to environmental catastrophe, but about exploiting environmental catastrophism.
First impressions of Laudato Si, the first encylical from the crunchy con pope
Ghost Fleet is a fictionalized foretelling of World War III fought in the Pacific that’s too real for comfort.
A staunchly traditional Russian society grapples with modernity’s disruptions, seeking conservatisms far beyond Putinism.
Fatherhood isn’t an unchanging identity so much as a constant adventure.
A sequel to 2012’s death-squad documentary “The Act of Killing” lets survivors and victims’ families have their say.
Why you should throw out the reading lists and find something fun