As with any town, Twin Peaks will have had to weather the passage of time. It will have decayed and aged. It will have been razed and paved over.
Pursuing global primacy isn’t a conservative foreign policy.
How a new Tory manifesto breaks with Thatcherism
Perhaps no other regularly scheduled show in TV history which ran for as few episodes or for as short a time would have as much of an influence on American pop culture.
TAC executive editor Pratik Chougule appeared on C-SPAN Washington Journal on Saturday to discuss …
He identified a market that wasn’t being served—indeed, one that was being almost aggressively ignored—and catered to its every want.
“With the stroke of a pen, Rod Rosenstein redeemed his reputation,” writes …
Today’s election is a pivotal moment for the Islamic Republic.
National-security officials may see themselves as patriots, but their methods set a dangerous precedent.
Legislation would raise the cost of personal sound amplification products.
Are income subsidy programs that make unlimited amounts of health care funds available to anyone and everyone sustainable?
The elites are the problem.
Instead of condemning academic philosophy, perhaps he should be writing it a Thank You note.
It enforces political correctness.
The AFL-CIO exists to launder union dues into the campaign war chests of the Democrat Party.
Reporting on the Oval Office conversation is the latest salvo.
Why sources and methods matter more than the material itself.
There’s the Standard Story—and there’s the truth.
The government should not force institutions to choose between their faith and their accreditation.