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April 17, 2013

We don’t normally pay much attention to what is published in Tikkun magazine, let alone what its editor Michael Lerner disseminates through his email list....

Mark Sanford is the gift that keeps giving to Democrats. The latest revelations about his messy personal life has not only further encouraged those hoping...

The Senate voted this afternoon on the Manchin-Toomey bipartisan compromise amendment on background checks for weapon purchases, and the result was no surprise. The measure...

In a 2010 essay for National Affairs, Frederick Hess tackled a very difficult question: does school choice work? It’s not so easy to answer, for...

As Boston was mourning its victims of terror yesterday, a Parisian suburb was planning a gala fete for terrorists. Among those slated to be honored...

In 2013, a terrorist attack is less a test of American mettle than American manners. Forks on your left, knives on your right, sane questions...

In February 1946, about a month before Winston Churchill’s famous “iron curtain” speech in Missouri, Churchill had dinner at the U.S. Embassy in Cuba. Though...

It was probably too much to hope that the chattering classes would keep their desire to spin the tragedy in Boston in check for long....

Walter Russell Mead responded to my critique of his post on the GOP and the Bush Legacy. It is revealing, though probably not in ways Mr....

Michele Flournoy and Michael O'Hanlon are right to argue in this Wall Street Journal op-ed that the U.S. has a big stake in the outcome...

Administration insiders appear to be acknowledging the obvious, if not quoted for attribution: namely, that the Syrian insurgency is full of extremists and that, if...

The few straight news reporters covering the Kermit Gosnell case have all seemingly come to the same conclusion: It's one of, if not the most,...