Acknowledging the science of global warming does not require accepting that it is immune to criticism.
For over a decade, the U.S. has spent billions on Afghanistan’s security forces—with little to show for it.
His admiration of Jim Baker suggests the Ohio governor may not be as hawkish as his rhetoric suggests.
The Charles Koch Institute brings a much needed discussion to New Hampshire.
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Amidst Catholic-Protestant tensions that persisted in the 1960s, Melbourne dedicated a garden to JFK.
Conservatives must embrace the GOP’s once proud legacy on civil rights.
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Revisiting Sarah Schulman’s satire-tragedy of 1990s New York City
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An unexpectedly exciting race sees Sanders undermining Hillary, and the GOP in tumult.
Long after the nuclear agreement was settled, opponents are undermining an already fragile peace.
Pundit Kat Timpf is both tenacious and principled.
National borders are being superseded by the ancient battleground of al-Jazira.
Like William Randolph Hearst before him, the celebrity’s anti-elitist bluster speaks to genuine resentment.
Will immigration demolish in decades a nation built over centuries?
The Gipper was more conservative than media claims would suggest.
The repetition in the franchise isn’t a bug—it’s a feature of Western storytelling.
Antiwar.com has opposed unnecessary wars since Bosnia in 1995.