For almost a century, the architecture establishment has insisted on rigid ideology.
Not satisfied with Vietnam, Iraq, and our current Afghanistan policy failures, this neoconservative pines for the liberal world order.
Nadia Murad is one of 6,500 women and girls who were abducted by ISIS in a country we were supposed to liberate.
‘I will be executed, but I will not plead guilty’ says Chinese pastor. ‘My best life is seeing my wife happy’ says American pastor
Ryan T. Anderson says that the proposed compromise between gay rights and religious liberty is a sellout
There will never be true reform until law enforcement and prosecutors are held accountable for breaking the rules.
As Scouting possibly heads for bankruptcy, reflecting on how the BSA trashed its own brand
Houellebecq makes a mistake common to defenders of Trump’s foreign policy: he invests great importance in the fleeting, superficial rhetoric that the president sometimes uses while ignoring the president’s actions.
Progressive Christians who weaponize other people’s confession and repentance
Transnational elites seem ever more distant from the countries they rule.
His incompetence and incoherence guarantees that he’ll be a one-term president.
A Europe that doesn’t listen to its people’s outrage won’t remain intact.
He bet millions on Trump and now his every wish is fulfilled–at the expense of Middle East peace.
The reflections of a Korean-German philosopher can help us understand how we’re easily deceived by false freedom.
S.J.Res. 54 challenges decades of Congressional acquiescence to illegal presidential warmaking.
Middle-school parenting in Weimar America
The passage of the resolution is an important victory in reclaiming Congressional war powers and it is the first vote of its kind under the War Powers Resolution to pass the Senate.
Why a senior conservative Evangelical strategist backs gay rights/religious liberty compromise
But I’m not convinced (yet) that he is truly guilty of sex abuse
The president’s ineptness is going to be a disaster for his biggest supporters
U.S. security interests aren’t threatened by Chinese and Russian influence in Africa, and framing U.S. policy for the entire continent as a zero-sum great power competition isn’t going to be very appealing to African governments.
The U.S.-Saudi relationship is not nearly as important or valuable to the U.S. as its apologists claim, and the Saudi government is little more than a liability.
It is a credit to the perseverance and determination of war opponents that the war is finally being debated and voted on.
The anti-tax protesters are being replaced by something closer to Antifa. What ultimately will emerge from all this?
His career encapsulated the warfare-welfare state consensus.
Leading Evangelical institution takes unsparing examination of its history and conscience
The midterms have all but locked down the urban progressive hold on the entire state government.
This is simply a case of punishing the weakest and most vulnerable people in North Korea in a vain bid to revive a “maximum pressure” policy that has already failed.
Today both the House and the Senate have opportunities to do their constitutional duty and to begin extricating the U.S. from a truly shameful, unnecessary war.
Cleverness and persuasion, not rashness and aggression, is the way forward.
Opponents warn that “red flag” orders can be abused and violate due process. So why are they attracting Republican support?