Do we really need to be running counter-terrorism operations in Mogadishu?
What we did didn't work. Let's learn from that.
Remembering Midge Decter (1927-2022) and a more conservative neoconservatism.
Management wants to soften the league’s image. But will fans buy what they’re selling?
A new study of the Old English language reveals a culture and a world at once distant and strangely familiar.
A storyline worthy of Ancient Greece seems to be manifesting in the case of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
To keep people closer to America's greatest cities, give people the flexibility they need to live the lives they dream of.
Is there ever an appropriate time to use an ad hominem? In the case of groomers, the shoe seems to fit.
What the early 20th-century American statesman Henry Cabot Lodge can teach us about our failure in Ukraine.
On the trend toward colorlessness and conformity in America.
Adrian Vermeule's Common Good Constitutionalism gives us a glimpse of how law was understood in an earlier age.
Will Americans continue to permit an order that treats certain forms of lawlessness as untouchable, even praiseworthy?