Politics

Trump Stands With Euro Resisters Against “Invasion”

For Trump, there is a bigger stake than just the southern border.

How D.C. Lobbyists Got China’s ZTE Off the Hook

No surprise that a foreign influence operation is lurking behind Trump’s abrupt policy shift.

Mark Sanford: What Might Have Been

If only liberty Republicans rather than neocons were the face of ‘Never Trump.’

Real Takeaway: The FBI Influenced the Election of a President

The good news is the Deep State seems less competent than we originally feared.

Donald Trump’s Historic Gamble

Whatever one may think of his diplomacy, Trump has, for now, lifted the specter of nuclear war from the Korean peninsula.

Why Do Air Force Planes Need $10,000 Toilet Seat Covers?

The government pretends it has no choice but to honor commercial patents and pay the price. That’s blatantly untrue.

Confronting America the Torturer

Despite Gina Haspel’s promises, we are in real danger of further excursions into the dark side.

MORE IN Politics

Why Trump’s Next Pardon Should Be CIA Whistleblower John Kiriakou

He did two years in prison for exposing America’s torture program. It’s time to right Barack Obama’s worst injustice.

The Nationalism Versus Globalism Battles Yet to Come

Why is Trump so exasperated? Because the G-7 summit shows how entrenched his opposition still is.

School Shootings: What About Internet Radicalization?

Taking a serious look at how online bullying and propaganda may account for the suicidal, homicidal tendencies in our teenagers.

Enough: The DOJ Must Show Its Cards to the American Public

The country is heading for a constitutional crisis, and only clarity can resolve the two competing Russia narratives tearing us apart.

Bernard Lewis: The Bush Administration’s Court Intellectual

He was brilliant, but his vanity turned him into a reckless alarmist and a pro-Israeli partisan.

Is Mayor De Blasio an Anti-Asian Bigot?

The New York chief stands accused of building “a barrier to Asian-Americans—especially our children.”

What is Democracy Anyway?

Despite what his critics say, Viktor Orbán has far more of a democratic mandate than they do.

Macron Defines Good Citizenship by Defying the PC Left

The French president’s gesture to a migrant-hero has triggered the open-borders crowd. Turns out his politics are more complicated than they thought.

When the Content Police Came for the Babylon Bee

The satirical site’s creator opens up on how Facebook tried to destroy his livelihood.

Mourning in America: The Day RFK Was Shot in Los Angeles

Fifty years later, we have yet to fully digest the emotional and cultural consequences of Kennedy’s assassination.