Americans abroad are actually quick to defer to other cultures. It’s a result of our own multiculturalism—but is it a good thing?
Critics are alarmed by Ankara’s turn toward Russia and “who lost Turkey” talk is in the air.
From Steven Pinker to Christopher Lasch, it seems everyone is reading about liberalism this week.
Winsomeness and gentlemanliness are being undermined by the online race to rage.
They destroy jobs, distort markets, and trample on liberties. It’s time we directed technological change rather than the other way around.
It’s an interesting idea but the European Union shows why it won’t work.
If anything, Cohen and possibly Trump could be in a bit of a jam.
Those who count freedom unstructured by order as their sole virtue will always yield calamity.
It begins: Trump announces a series of joint air strikes on Syrian targets Friday.
Can third-party websites be accountable for the crimes of users? The government just took a dangerous step in that direction.
The real scandal isn’t Kevin Williamson’s firing, it’s the market that made him.
The new film is painful, hypnotizing, and will leave viewers longing for justice.
The choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has turned out to be no choice at all.
The ambitious Republican faces Secretary of State confirmation hearings Thursday, but some say he may be positioning for more.
A closer look at new Pentagon spending exposes lawmakers’ real interest: the defense lobby.
Even a seasoned military manager can’t bring order to a president who thrives off chaos.
A veteran writer offers up a vivid portrait of William F. Buckley and the early conservative movement.
Will he bring down the temple and all of us with it?
We need hard evidence about what happened in Douma before threatening war.