The man behind @CrimeADay lets some air out of America’s ever-inflating federal criminal code.
Cabinet members slugged it out, but the one with the real war experience convinced Reagan not to avenge the Marine barracks bombing.
We’ve created a culture that suggests basic life skills are beyond the young’s comprehension.
Pompeo’s insistence that the U.S. has made “progress” with its Iran policy is every bit as false as his other claims.
Can the nation-state be a force for good? A summit this week highlights both the challenges and hopes of such a calling.
U.S. sanctions have created a tinderbox as shown by recent UK-Iranian tanker clashes. All this needs is a spark.
Brits either see him as either a savior from—or master of—destruction. They’re both wrong. He’s just not that good.
They enjoy their wealth, coddle their children, worship multiculturalism. Then they try to get their snowflakes into college.
The pursuit of regime change is not worth causing a famine that could claim hundreds of thousands of lives.
Also: The sounds of a seven-foot gong, and more.
Our elites cavorted with a pedophile, almost certainly aware of what he was up to. This is how revolutions begin.
Hysteria won’t solve anything. We’ve created a politicized immigration system and we need to fix it.
From the mysticism of Charles Williams to the sci-fi of Orson Scott Card, here is what our writers are reading this week.
Progressives’ bizarre compulsion to pick a self-destructive political fight
Putting Fleitz in such a position would be a huge victory for Bolton, and it would mean that the National Security Advisor’s influence in the administration continues to grow.
Proponents say it forces people to remember; critics say it risks glorifying a “tragic” policy and never-ending conflict.
When Giuliani affirms that the MEK’s agenda “looks just like our Bill of Rights,” you begin to wonder if he has undergone some of the group’s brainwashing techniques.
In this case, the U.S. would bear a significant portion of the responsibility for a famine in Venezuela.
Social Justice cultists, like all totalitarians, won’t stop until they have remade reality and forced everybody to bow to their lie
If it is, it’s certainly not in decline. Just don’t expect it to hew to any of the early ideas or principles.
A haven for persecuted Jews, a birthplace of luminaries, the city is a focal point of empires and peoples.
If the president thinks he has the authority to initiate hostilities against Iran (or any other country) on his own, we should want Congress to be handcuffing him and tying his hands with as many bonds and shackles as they can find.
As with any backlash against new technology, the costs miss their potentially enormous benefits.
The House has proven it is willing to use the power of the purse to halt U.S. involvement in an unauthorized foreign war
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A former undergraduate at the conservative Franciscan University of Steubenville details her alleged mistreatment in sex abuse case
We should hope not. But the resignation of Britain’s ambassador to Washington suggests otherwise.
Individual Chinese are eager to learn and much more open to America than you’d think.
Why have we surrendered to Facebook’s and Google’s unprecedented encroachments into our private lives and politics?
It’s now a museum telling the story of the Nazi occupation of Warsaw
It should be possible to attack Trump on his record without whitewashing all of pre-2016 U.S. foreign policy as Biden did.
There is no reason to think that our government’s interference now would be any better, and there is no reason to believe that most Iranians want whatever “help” the U.S. has to offer.