A major Clinton donor cavorts with racist warmonger, urges mass bombing. Will she be asked about it?
David Bromwich presents a view from the left of the statesman widely seen as conservatism’s founder.
Punitive raids won’t destroy ISIS—but they don’t have to.
Join a start-up team dedicated to conservative realism and reform.
Here’s why the outgoing Colorado senator should leak the Senate report on CIA torture.
Nicolás Gómez Dávila’s aphorisms are a reactionary’s sharpest weapon.
Peace with Tehran could do for Obama what war with Germany did for FDR.
This was a “wave election” only in the sense that American politics have been stormy for the last decade.
Massive military spending is back in vogue as the defense industry uses ISIS to shake off sequestration.
Rick Perlstein tries to take down the The Gipper and the conservative movement with a single shot.
Here are four ways this election could reshape Republican politics over the next two years.
The opportunity to dramatically change American foreign policy may have died with James Foley.
John Nagl’s counterinsurgency failed its way to popularity before, and is now trying to make a comeback.
How one underdog candidate heralds a coming political hurricane
Revoking visas from affected countries can protect the U.S. without isolating nations in need.
Inexperience is a presidential qualification for those eager to dictate their own foreign policy.
Israel’s choking of the Palestinian economy is unlike anything else in the world.
Libertarian-inflected conservatism challenges entrenched political coalitions with a transpartisan appeal.
James Burnham reveals how our oligarchy rules.