Republicans who resist the president’s other policies are apt to give him a blank check against ISIS.
Masscult drives a wedge between grassroots and elite conservatives.
Progressive social scientists want to help poor people but won’t learn from them.
Knowing who carried out an act of terror doesn’t always tell us who was ultimately behind it.
Bulk purchases of U.S. tanks serve in the place of a realistic American strategy.
The newspaper’s attempt at sensitivity is curiously insensitive to Islam’s actual history.
A less libertarian, more populist UKIP terrifies London’s elite.
Edward Snowden’s actions brought him accusations of treason, and a life of exile.
French Muslims could have hardly failed to absorb that the storied liberties of France are allocated differently.
Federal departments from the USDA to Education are starting to arm their inspectors general for law enforcement.
Courting realists and libertarians could give him an edge against other establishment types—if he’s willing to try.
Secular progressivism has produced some of the most unfair and uninformed assessments of the Muslim faith.
A new biography paints Strauss as a liberal internationalist, neglecting the role of Zionism in his thought and life.
Blasphemous and offensive actions can be properly resisted without resorting to censorship.
Beauty, streetcars, and dual codes are the right ideas for urban policy.
Americans want more even-handed policies—but Congress only wants to please Bibi.
Scandal and injury aside, the league has made a boring game.
The current Russian regime is preferable to the reactionary chaos that would accompany its collapse.
Islam struggles for unity and independence from the West.