It’s one flip-flop we can be thankful for.
Speaking at TAC’s annual conference, the senator called out MbS, Iran sanctions, and ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome.’ (Watch)
An African American stopped a shooting only to be killed by police. This is the next big test for gun rights activists.
It’s in Europe’s elite that we find the spirit of appeasement that once enabled fascists and communists.
He grossly exaggerates the importance of Saudi Arabia for our economy, and then considers them a “truly spectacular” ally because of the exaggerated role he has invented in his own mind.
Short-term Congressional losses for two more Supreme Court justices. Works for me
Prominent priest: ‘After Baltimore, the Pope owns this’
After the disappointing Baltimore meeting, an uncertain future
Are the caricatures of urban transformation ruining the positive things that are happening economically and culturally to cities?
Mentally ill transgender celebrity is an icon of our culture’s ideological sacrilege
Is Trumpism a war against the meritocracy? Yes, in part — but in what sense was the GOP establishment it upended meritorious?
Eisenhower’s worst nightmare has come true, as defense mega-contractors climb into the cockpit to ensure we stay overextended.
Jeff Bezos and the triumph of politically connected capitalism
Emmanuel Macron’s suggestion is actually a good one, even if it wasn’t made for all the right reasons.
Jim Acosta’s ouster from the briefing room may have a chilling effect on certain journos. Is that a bad thing?
The virtues needed for traditionalists to ride this wave out
The diversity ideology cannot fail. It can only be failed
Too many Americans, military and civilian, are killed by friendly fire. Big Tech might be able to help with that.
The media created Gary Hart, and when he offered them a scandal, they tore him right back down.
HQ2 might seem sexy, but cities are better off investing in resilient economies than the Next Big Thing.
The city where World War I began has reinvented itself as a multicultural haven, yet the ghosts still linger.
Our writer visited Israel and found plenty of people posing for selfies—along with the old lingering hatreds.
They can’t even bring themselves to think and speak about it clearly
The brutal warlord understood how to govern shrewdly and even humanely.
The governments responsible for destroying Yemen predictably have no interest in an accurate accounting of the true costs of the war, and our government is no exception.
The tech giant decides to build in the most predictable places imaginable, after taking the rest of us for a ride.
He’s a modernizer and an advocate of EU centralization. But can he play the immigration issue right?
Anthony Esolen’s latest explores our connection to the past and the reality that transcends.
The French president took aim at Trump but it’s he who’s out of touch.
Corrupt Cardinal Mahony tells fellow bishops to strengthen their ‘affective relationship.’ But that’s a big part of their problem
It was a disgraceful stunt when they did it last year, and it’s even more so now that conditions in Yemen have significantly worsened.
Massive numbers of males aged 25 to 34 have dropped out of the labor force. Why? What does this portend?
Heather Mac Donald warns: What happens on crazy campuses does not stay there
Elections are postponed, again, and the dangerous power vacuum the U.S. created there remains.