Rod Dreher

Rainbow Cake Girl: The True Story

Whitefield Academy is being smeared by the liberal media. It's Covington Catholic, Part II
Rod Dreher January 17, 2020

Daniel larison

The Week’s Most Interesting Reads

“Treated like a terrorist”: U.S. deports growing number of Iranian students with valid visas from U.S. airports. The Guardian…
Daniel Larison January 17, 2020

State of the Union

Yes, Conservative Vets Want Out of Afghanistan, Too

New ad campaign by people who were there will target swing states with high military service rates.
Kelley Beaucar Vlahos January 16, 2020


McConnell Should Toss Out This Malicious Impeachment

This coup has been in the works for three years. He should treat it with the contempt it deserves.
Patrick Buchanan January 17, 2020

The Street Where New York Hits Rock Bottom

In Manhattan's Bowery, a longtime Christian mission has provided respite and redemption.
Matthew Robare January 17, 2020

Abandoning Broken-Windows Policing, de Blasio Invites Disaster

The New York City mayor has squandered the inheritance of his predecessors and watched crime go up.
Craig Trainor January 16, 2020

How New Rules Allow Men to Dominate Women’s Sports

From high school to the olympics, the race to be trans inclusive may be changing the game forever.
Libby Emmons January 16, 2020

Can Men Be Denied Their ‘Reproductive Rights’?

A new HIV+ sperm bank in New Zealand raises compelling questions.
Libby Emmons January 16, 2020

When Elites Forget How to Talk About Politics

A trip to Arizona reminds our writer just how shabby and out of touch the discourse in D.C. has become.
Matt Purple January 16, 2020

Stephen Miller’s White House Fiefdom

He's an immigration hardliner who also serves as a roadblock against like-minded people working with Trump. What gives?
Ryan Girdusky January 16, 2020

Note to Trump: Iraq is Not a U.S. Colony

Other nations cannot miss the message today: invite American forces in and they might not go home, ever.
Doug Bandow January 16, 2020

Stop Digging Through T.S. Eliot’s Laundry

A recently revealed statement has revived the debate over whether we should let artists' personal lives affect our reading of their work.
Ben Sixsmith January 15, 2020

Ike’s Military-Industrial Complex, Six Decades Later

As Eisenhower predicted, there is no balance left, as U.S. policy is reduced to who we threaten, bomb, or occupy next.
James Pinkerton January 15, 2020

The English Reformation: England’s First Brexit

Forget the tawdry historical yarn about Henry VIII and Anne Bolelyn; the 'divorce' was about fundamental nationalist principles.
Brad Littlejohn January 15, 2020

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