By attaching a provision that enables Saudi atrocities in Yemen, House Republicans have done just that.
There will never be true reform until law enforcement and prosecutors are held accountable for breaking the rules.
Not satisfied with Vietnam, Iraq, and our current Afghanistan policy failures, this neoconservative pines for the liberal world order.
A Europe that doesn’t listen to its people’s outrage won’t remain intact.
His incompetence and incoherence guarantees that he’ll be a one-term president.
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.
The midterms have all but locked down the urban progressive hold on the entire state government.
Cleverness and persuasion, not rashness and aggression, is the way forward.
His career encapsulated the warfare-welfare state consensus.
The anti-tax protesters are being replaced by something closer to Antifa. What ultimately will emerge from all this?
Sneer at Democrats using Tinder all you like, but love and politics are inextricably linked.
By busting Meng Wanzhou, Trump is signaling that he expects to dictate to every nation, no matter how powerful.
Opponents warn that “red flag” orders can be abused and violate due process. So why are they attracting Republican support?
Enraged mudslinging is making the standards for our public officials too high—and our political representation is suffering.
Murphy Brown was supposed to be a woke reboot. It ended up feeling long in the tooth.
After decades of denial, psychologists are accepting that faith might have a role to play in treating patients.
If he had something on Trump, we would have been watching impeachment hearings by now.
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