In troubled times, Americans turn to the heroic ideal.
Today’s GOP defectors don’t measure up to the principled third-party candidates of yore.
To give effectively, give locally—and compassionately.
Legislation allowing female conscription began as a protest, but the Pentagon now supports it.
Why not tie them together?
A self-made citizen of the world, he was the least snobbish man ever to carry a walking stick.
Voters want more than slogans and insults. Conservatives must win with better ideas.
The Department of Defense may never pass an audit—and that’s by design.
Science fiction begins with Bulwer-Lytton’s attack on egalitarianism.
Hostility toward police has led to a rise in crime, but what can we do about it?
Realists are raising big questions about the state of U.S. grand strategy.
Tim Powers weaponizes nostalgia in a novel haunted by the past.
Voluntary associations can threaten freedom, but this does not prove the need for a centralized state.
Cops nationwide secretly exploit intrusive technologies.
How France’s past and future is a warning to the Beltway establishment.
A tribute to Professor Alan C. Kors, champion of freedom on campus
A Trump presidency might unite partisan legislators in opposition to executive overreach.
If Hillary wins the White House, expect Victoria Nuland to be at her side.
What does it mean to treat them “the same” as regular cigarettes?