America’s religious liberty is the product of two competing traditions—but does today’s Supreme Court respect the balance?
U.S. individualism is destroying the family and replacing it with the state.
The libertarian icon respected tradition greatly—but only as a precondition of progress.
The imperial presidency is a product of our nation’s framing. Were there monarchists among the Founders?
States craft terror definitions and designations to absolve themselves and satisfy their constituencies.
Neither left nor right can keep straight what they think of the resolution, or America’s relevant interests.
What the Beats stole from an authentically fake jazzman
National insecurity keeps the Ivy-approved purveyors of destructive conventional wisdom insulated from accountability.
What the rise of ISIS means for Republican foreign policy—and Rand Paul in 2016.
After an American woman’s husband was stuck on a secret list, she went to the Supreme Court to bring him home.
James Risen expertly reveals how a decade of global war enriched the security-industrial complex at the expense of the Constitution.
New federal restrictions on painkillers separate wounded warriors from needed treatment with bureaucratic chasms.
The French are more concerned with Madonna’s diplomatic overtures than Netanyahu’s occupation of the bully pulpit.
Russia’s encroachments past its borders are revealing the limits of NATO’s pledges of mutual defense.
Taking the terrorists’ bait to re-enter Mesopotamia is neither in America’s interests nor its Anglophone ally’s.
M. Stanton Evans founded the conservative movement with vast ambitions—and the fists to back them up.
“The No Spin Zone” host wants war-zone glory without the sacrifices made by real battlefield correspondents.
Can today’s GOP produce foreign-policy minds as wise as the one revealed in this biography of Bush I’s national-security adviser?
Support for the Likud prime minister’s hardline policies is fading among American Jews and Christians alike.