The hypocrisy on daily display in London and Washington of late has become difficult to stomach.
Status quo supporters like the New York Times poke fun at Trump for even questioning the alliance. But who’s the fool?
Good. So when will the First Amendment be used to protect the rest of us from censorship and de-platforming?
The deeper meaning of the cultural elite’s contempt for the Vice President’s wife teaching at a conservative Christian school
This is a story about how the lack of faith, not factories, inspired a Middle American movement around one man.
The administration’s policy would better be described as one of “pie in the sky.”
It was supposed to end World War I and usher in a new era of peace. Instead it nearly broke the West.
Trump’s AG pick was top cop during the federal siege and killing of Randy Weaver’s wife and son.
Most Americans don’t care about a border wall and politics lurches ever leftward.
Under pressure from protesters and with his presidency hanging in the balance, France’s leader considers the unthinkable.
Their #MeToo ad called on men to be better but ended up doing them a disservice.
The administration’s attempt to cajole European allies into falling in line behind unjustified punitive measures against Iran isn’t likely to work.
Also: Pushing buttons, Ernst Jünger’s war journals, and more.
Expanding missile defenses would just mean adding more unnecessary spending to an already bloated Pentagon budget, and it would actually result in less security.
Her anti-war candidacy, and Democrats’ growing hawkishness, show that the winds are blowing in a new direction.
The one thing that the five states Pence lists really do have in common is that they are all much weaker states that pose little or no threat to the United States.
They entered an economy ravaged by their parents. Now they must regroup, persist, and somehow prevail.
Trump is demanding the wall, but other reforms matter more.
It can be done, despite today’s discourse of guillotine references and helicopter memes.
Reading Sohrab Ahmari’s fascinating journey out of Islam, through leftism, and into Catholicism.
Also: Jill Abramson’s false book on facts, Proust in the Gulag, and more.
The AG nominee once told a president he did not need congressional authority to go to war. What does he think now?
Reasserting Congress’ constitutional role to end our participation in a truly horrific war is long overdue.
Complaining about sanctions relief when the targeted state makes the desired changes to its behavior is an obvious tell that you have no interest in a diplomatic solution.
The problem for these ideologues is that “the jungle” isn’t relentlessly taking over in most parts of the world, and the role of machete-wielder they want the U.S. to fill isn’t really necessary for our security.
It’s time they took responsibility for their region—and they are.
Its conduct has been abrasive and aggressive, but there’s no evidence that Moscow harbors expansionist ambitions.
Rubio’s bill is such a clear violation of the First Amendment that it makes it extremely easy for even the most hawkish Democratic senators to vote against it.
Also: UNC’s chancellor orders the removal of Silent Sam’s pedestal, in praise of ‘Goldeneye’, and more.
Tear gas, anger over the cost of living—the demonstrations that rocked Paris are still going strong.
Pompeo’s remarks are probably the clearest public indication yet that the Trump administration’s policy is one of regime change.
Question for Trump: Was he aware of Bolton’s request for a menu of targets for potential U.S. strikes? Did he authorize it?