These poseurs of fiscal responsibility are about to drive up debt to its highest levels since World War II.
Nicholas Kristof wonders if Trump is our first president with autocratic tendencies. Where has he been for the past 15 years?
Prepare yourself for the next wave of violence-driven migration, and as usual, U.S. policy will have a hand in it.
My country’s “resistance” thinks the president cancelling his visit is cause to celebrate. It isn’t.
Donald Trump’s evangelical backers have let his vulgarity distract them from his inhumanity.
One of them fashioned a foreign policy based on the Declaration of Independence; the other seems to think the world is too dangerous to be an American anymore.
They aren’t dumb; they’re the West’s last contemplatives, and the prejudice against them is wrong.
They, of all people, should want to protect the planet for the living and unborn.
Invoking a Jesuit value to incorporate the Church into the West’s secular religion.
The scandal that gave us today’s obsession with sex and power turns 20.
Our soldiers are still redeploying at a frenetic pace that cannot keep up with reality—and the cracks are showing.
“Yes, Prime Minister” is still the best political spoof around, and it has fresh relevance today.
Republicans know salvation can’t be found in government—but they also want to control that same government.
The movie is badly disguised virtue signaling by Hollywood, that, as usual, warps history for its own purposes.
Tocqueville warned that the American ideal could lead to increased rootlessness and isolation.
Washington’s well-funded web of interventionist elites is quietly populating the president’s national security circle, again.
A conference explores one of our thorniest questions: how to get beyond the impasse between Washington and Moscow.
David Ignatius, Truman Capote, Howard Mansfield, and more.
The media’s coverage of presidential drama is causing us to forget what’s real—and Trump himself isn’t solely to blame.