National sovereignty remains an obstacle to the activist billionaire’s open borders agenda.
When even highly decorated soldiers fail to reenter civilian life, a prison alternative helps them straighten out.
Veteran diplomat Dennis Ross massages Netanyahu’s strained relations with Democrats—while auditioning for the next Clinton administration.
A humble leader once overshadowed by Eisenhower and Patton is finally recognized by historians.
How the spark of revolutionary faith becomes an inferno
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Republicans and Democrats alike are running out of foreign-policy options. It’s time to start anew.
The reckless use of a charity to sneak spy equipment into North Korea will endanger Christians across the world.
Unless the sensible center speaks up, an interventionist elite will continue to dominate U.S. foreign policy.
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Endorsing a program of targeted killing opens the door for perilous reciprocation.
Stagnant wages and standards of living are the product of too much government, not too little.
The Turks fear being outbred by Kurds more than bombing by ISIS.
Submission is neither nativist nor liberal: it’s a fantasy for European exhaustion.
Will Germany and France continue to impose unlimited immigration on other EU states?
The disastrous Iraq policies that led to ISIS were not President Bush’s.
Defending religious liberty requires better strategy—and more honesty.
“Crimson Peak” is as much a swoony Gothic love story as a horror film.
Is Jefferson’s decentralized republic the only alternative to the alliance of big business and big government?