Author Archives: George Liebmann

Trump Won’t Be the Last President of His Kind

America has moved towards popular voting and the result will be more celebrity leaders.

A Paramount Foreign Policy Goal: Minimizing Refugees

That means we should pursue stability rather than democracy—as history has shown time and time again.

Betsy DeVos Aims to End ‘Kangaroo Courts’ on Campus

Education Secretary rebukes Obama-era guidance on Title IX sex assault cases.

The 22 Dems Who Want to Strip Ivanka Trump’s Clearance

On ‘morons,’ executive and legislative.

RIP Simone Veil, More Than a French Feminist

She advanced abortion law without ripping nation apart.

Trump Sends in Feds to Battle Chicago’s Crime Wave

The Constitution is supposed to ward against federal police powers.

Can Trump Rescue Federal Courts from Politics?

He should look to state courts and private practitioners for judicial appointments.

Why Legislatures Are Polarized Between Extreme Factions

Judicial control of gerrymandering is a ‘quack cure-all.’

John Paton Davies, Foreign-Policy Prophet

He thought about world affairs the way that Americans should think about them—with both clarity and humor.

Fixing America’s Public Schools: A 19-Point Checklist

Some suggestions to shatter the unions’ preferred narrative.

11 Suggestions for a Populist Agenda

Here is how the administration can keep faith with those who elected it.

17 Rules for Foreign Interventions

Lessons from America’s lost wars