The National Review scribe’s new book is about Ireland, but he is a product of his homeland through and through.
Beijing’s tyranny over its people is fast becoming more terrifying than anything in Nineteen Eighty-Four.
It is utterly bizarre to hear people who believe Trump is unfit to lead seem disappointed that he isn’t taking us to war.
A philosopher, a Catholic student, a monsignor … and grace
If preventive war is committing suicide for fear of death, going to war over “credibility” amounts to jumping off a cliff for fear of embarrassment.
Before we retaliate over drone and oil tanker attacks, take a look at all the times we’ve been duped.
The hawks are in their element today, screeching for air strikes and promising cake walks.
The lines of culture war battle become ever more clear
In Boston and beyond, well-designed neighborhoods help residents feel at home.
All of the same painfully stupid arguments are back, and they have only gotten worse with repetition.
Making demands in defiance of the pro-Beijiing forces, they risk arrest, or worse, under tense circumstances.
He knows perfectly well that Iran isn’t seeking nuclear weapons, but he chooses to lie about all of this because that gets him closer to his goals of war and regime change.
Disturbing new evidence suggests 2018 incident might’ve been staged, putting everything else, including U.S. retaliation, into question.
Celebrating Pride Month with a 9-year-old drag queen, and discount breast-lopping
Today the president assumes he can bypass Congress entirely and order unjustified attacks without even giving Congressional leaders advance notice.
The Iranian people are not and never have been our enemy.
Art and debate cannot thrive so long as irony-proof social media simpletons are shouting down anything they don’t like.
It is not up to the president to decide on a whim to start a foreign war, and he doesn’t deserve applause when he calls off an illegal attack that he isn’t allowed to order in the first place.
NYT: Fox host helped talk Trump out of bombing Iran
From Isaac Newton to Willy Loman, the Dreher family vacation in England rolls towards its conclusion
The former vice president was also friend to many segregationists. Now the Left is demanding blood.
Also: Mass surveillance is coming to a city near you, and more.
We very narrowly dodged the bullet of starting a war with Iran tonight, and it would have been a war started for the stupidest of reasons.
The president wants to take on every challenge to American interests, but forgets that his actions have consequences.
Congress should step in, but there’s a big reason why they might not.
Trump needs to reverse priorities and stand up to the heinous Gulf monarchies that’ve dragged us into Yemen.
As we try to figure out what happened in this latest incident, we need to step back and acknowledge how crazy and unnecessary the entire crisis is.
The Left wants to wipe it out. Have they thought about what that would mean for the Third World, human rights, jazz?
Both U.S. involvement in the war on Yemen and the arms sales are continuing mostly because of the president, and he owns the consequences of this despicable policy.
It would be indefensible and insane to escalate this crisis into a shooting war over a downed drone.
Also: On friendship, and more.
Passing these resolutions would send a clear message that the Senate won’t tolerate being bypassed and circumvented.
Officials are suggesting the 9/11 law used by three presidents to justify every intervention of the last 18 years is applicable to Tehran, too.