Her national-security team-in-waiting wants a return to big U.S. interventions.
Does just law enforcement require separation from communal passions?
Scott McConnell once wrote for Commentary. Later he became a Buchananite and Obamacon.
Residents of Rio’s famed slums are tougher and more self-sustaining than the Olympic games displacing them.
The “Gawker Bill” promises to distinguish between the newsworthy and merely prurient.
There is a long tradition of trusting candidates with classified information.
Cervantes’ masterpiece captures the modern human condition in all of its layers and ambiguities.
The regulatory state is also a prison state.
There are certainly problems with the ways we tax families, but this is a questionable way of addressing them.
Partisan changes may have less impact than both sides assume.
Not all the Founders were for limited government.
Ike and Adlai weren’t perfect, but at least their campaigns provided more than spectacle.
Frank Knight is the economist for our age.
Do power companies have to be crony capitalists?
There are issues to debate with crime-prediction algorithms, but let’s not demand the impossible.
Seismic political shifts could spell doom for the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Andrew Bacevich explains our decades-long war for the Greater Middle East.
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Tim Kaine is a rebuke to disaffected progressives.