Why Wouldn’t America Talk About the Lab Leak?

On the world stage, the U.S. prioritizes inoffensiveness above all else. That doesn't bode well for our mounting rivalry with China.
Robert W. Merry June 18, 2021

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Daniel Elder, Scapegoat

Musician's career destroyed by cancel culture Red Guards. Why? He called Black Lives Matter arsonists 'fools'
Rod Dreher June 18, 2021

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Keep Wokeness Out of Little League

America's favorite pastime is admirably diverse, but that's threatened by those who would make it a venue for 'antiracism.'
Casey Chalk June 17, 2021

The Fragile White People Are All Around You

Loud defenses of critical race theory are just one more way for bad elites to let themselves off the hook.
Matthew Walther June 17, 2021

Biden’s Buffoonish War on Extremism

'Extremism' is a meaningless word weaponized by politicians against their enemies.
James Bovard June 17, 2021

Presenting the Chinese Dragon as a Giant Panda

Xi Jinping tells his diplomats to make 2021 the summer of love, but there's a lot to cover for.
Doug Bandow June 17, 2021

The Vandals Who Moonlight as Repairmen

It’s no coincidence that the powerful elites who manage our unending crises sometimes turn out to have caused them.
Andrew Cuff June 16, 2021

‘AmaZen’ is the Religion for Our Time

In a world where Amazon embraces corporatized spirituality, Christians must hold fast to their own rich religious heritage.
Grayson Quay June 16, 2021

Shifting Tides on Israel

Israel today is less unpopular in the world but far more hated by Western progressives.
Scott McConnell June 16, 2021

Kevins Deserve Improbably Attractive TV Wives

People who complain about sitcom husbands just hate men, and America, and you.
Declan Leary June 16, 2021

Mark Robinson: A Star is Born?

The firebrand, Tar Heel lieutenant governor gave an undercard address to his state party that has garnered much attention---and a look into his background.
Curt Mills June 16, 2021

Two Cheers for the New Navalism

Reorienting U.S. strategy around sea power is a good idea—provided it can be done responsibly.
Luke Nicastro June 15, 2021

The Biden Administration is Struggling to Navigate Russia-Ukraine Relations

Tension between the neighboring countries challenges past and present American foreign policy.
Douglas Macgregor June 15, 2021

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