Our writers on the best books of 2014, personal favorites, and bibliophiles’ suggestions for Santa.
A woman has one weekend to beg for her job in the Dardenne brothers’ harrowing new film.
Dick Cheney and Jennifer Rubin aim to purge the freedom movement from the right—leaving nothing but authoritarianism.
A socialist professor defends liberal education from capitalism, unthinking conservatism, and his critics.
Bret Stephens adds to the pile of thin attempts to justify America’s global policing.
Liberals’ emphasis on identity politics at the expense of basic socio-economic fairness has driven away countless average people.
After 50 years of perfect policy failure, the U.S. has a political opening to help a reforming Cuba prosper.
The Democratic Party’s favorite populist now basks in media and netroots favor, but would face real 2016 obstacles.
The Senate’s investigation may only be the tip of the iceberg.
An Aussie considers the virtues and vices of New Zealand.
Something under the bed is sobbing.
The anonymized wiki editors misconstrue conservative scholarship on the Frankfurt School.
Marxism remains useful, vibrant, and relevant as a critique of capitalism—just not as a political program.
Conservatives must be as committed to exposing the CIA’s abuses as Obamacare’s.
America’s foreign-policy debate will be improved without “even the liberal New Republic” holding Democrats’ feet to the neoconservative fire.
Washington rushes to court open conflict with Moscow against every rational interest.
Changing the structures that unleash excessive police lethality will require more than DOJ investigations.
Joshua Harmon’s ferocious comedy, in which a family heirloom stands in for the future of the Jewish people.
How to bring “thereness” back to the American city