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Criminal Justice Reform Steps Out of the Shadows

Conservatives of every stripe sign on to a landmark blow struck against mass incarceration.
Jonathan Coppage October 5, 2015

Volkswagen’s Failed American Gamble

Shale and scandal combined to unravel Germany's prized industrial champion.
Jonathan Coppage September 25, 2015

The Optimism of the Cross in the Face of Genocide

Reflecting on this year's In Defense of Christians summit—without Ted Cruz
Jonathan Coppage September 14, 2015

Donald Trump Isn’t Herman Cain

Donald "Stay and we keep the oil" Trump is a self-made caricature manufactured for the media---who won't go quietly.
Jonathan Coppage August 20, 2015

‘Game of Thrones’ Between Two Battles

"Blackwater" and "Hardhome" mark the transition of the HBO show from domestic politics to an existential peril.
Jonathan Coppage June 6, 2015

Rand Gets Abortion Politics Right

Turning the tables on the DNC is Paul at his political best; to win, he'll have to curb his thin-skinned worst.
Jonathan Coppage April 9, 2015

Scott Walker Is Quick to Retreat

Wisconsin's governor badly undermines his own rationale for being president by succumbing to Big Iowa.
Jonathan Coppage March 18, 2015

A Beginner’s Guide to ISIS

The Atlantic dives deep into the ideological soul of the Islamic State.
Jonathan Coppage February 16, 2015