Europe invented the public square. Now it’s closing it down.
Almost half of her party—and more than two-thirds of its youth—want a different kind of liberalism.
How should professors address this year’s election in the fall semester?
Some officials are trying to inflate the defense budget by returning to a Cold War posture.
Conservatives should celebrate the company, but also ask some hard questions.
In 2016, who will stand up for the Constitution’s foreign policy?
How did a buttoned-up conservative become an Irish revolutionary?
The Pentagon’s real strategy? Keeping the money flowing.
A lawsuit alleges that absent such a legislative stamp, the war is illegal.
Both left and right fail to offer a realistic way forward.
Some nightclub patrons might have been armed. But we shouldn’t expect civilians to stop a killer.
The ban on sexually active gay men is about reducing risk, not bigotry.
The Orlando shooting was a horrific crime. But larger trends suggest that the threat of mass attacks is receding.
Whether voters choose a comic or a crook, a great reckoning is coming.
Harriet Beecher Stowe’s birthday is an opportunity to remember her incredible talent.
Should we fight automation’s challenge to employment?
Many of the Left’s signature policies have origins in the most illiberal forms of social engineering.
Those who have long stoked the flames of populism should not be surprised by the results.
Violent opposition to Trump is alarming.