The post-election “Calexit” movement owes as much to petulance as to principle.
For the first time in decades, new legislation aims to curtail presidential prerogatives.
Drone strikes require deeper reforms than changing which officials approve a “kill list.”
Uncritically backing our reckless clients leads to disaster for the clients and enduring shame for us.
There is nothing subtle about the Trump administration’s pro-steel bent.
Rasmussen treats a difficult political and military problem as if it were simply a matter of having enough “resolve.”
The libertarian feminist takes no prisoners and fears no critics in her latest anthology of essays.
Charles Murray is going to come to campus to address a class whether people like it or not — because that’s what universities are for
Seven million people are on the verge of starving to death and another ten million people are not far behind
Under the government’s current interpretation of the law, unfortunately, the answer is yes.
Did Francis Fukuyama predict Donald Trump?
The contrast between Trump’s actual policies and his rhetoric about what allies “owe” is stark.
The U.S. doesn’t have enough troops to run a successful counterinsurgency campaign there.
Princeton Theological Seminary capitulates to progressive pressure
Paul Ryan’s plan has all the sustainability of one designed by a right-wing Robespierre.
A discussion with sociologist Jeff Guhin on religion and cultural change
Tillerson is wrong when he says that it is in our interest to bring Montenegro into NATO.
Big Bird doesn’t need the money, and neither do so many other organizations grabbing special privileges and advantages through access to the federal largess pool.
Trump’s tweets testing the elasticity of supporters’ consciences
The war has failed to achieve any of its aims.
Our country doesn’t have to be here “for” something.
The complex situation will require discerning what is fiction—and what is reality.
Error has no rights — nor does C.S. Lewis, apparently
Montenegro doesn’t need the protection the alliance provides, and its contribution to the alliance will be minuscule.
The hacking scandal may hurt the left the most.
A loss of national purpose and a binding mission at the heart of our sense of decline
The officer corps was once assumed to be above larger cultural rot. No more.
LGBT YouTubers lobby service to refuse to let parents opt out of their videos
The U.S. needs to be more discriminating in the fights it chooses to join and the “allies” it accepts in the process.