The Kentucky senator brings a Jeffersonian program of peace to a party of Jacksonian nationalism.
John McClaughry brings an “ornery” yet humane spirit to American politics.
Failing to reform the farm bill left taxpayers out in the cold.
Religious zealotry runs rampant in the U.S. military, and among those wishing to deploy it.
Moscow has reclaimed its 19th-century conservative role.
Here’s why the debate over the CBO report on work decisions and health insurance matters.
EU leaders are modeling the worst of Washington’s diplomacy on Ukraine.
The folk singer kept his attachment to peace and place as the New Left started culture wars.
Founding Father John Dickinson refused to sign the Declaration of Independence—and knew of “a better guide than reason.”
The Durnovo Memorandum foresaw a conservative alternative to the conflagration that engulfed Europe.
The week of the Gipper’s birthday gives occasion to celebrate and rethink his legacy.
Why the discipline, drama, and “brutal beauty” of America’s favorite game are worth saving
Maurice Cowling debunked liberalism with “irony, geniality, and malice.”
How faithful homosexuals are transforming our churches
Russia faces the greatest Olympic security challenge in 20 years.
Neither Latinos nor conservatives will celebrate the new Republican proposal—so why is the party pushing it?
Senate Foreign Relations Committee testimony made a feeble case—but hinted at a better foreign example for Yankovych’s foes.
The new secretary of defense was the great hope of realists and non-interventionists. But where is he today?
Men playing women, candles instead of electric lights—why two new productions stage the Bard the old-fashioned way.