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Things That Matter is a collection of Charles Krauthammer’s extraordinary writings over the last 30 years. For those of us who have admired Krauthammer from...

In her column earlier this week Ruth Marcus wrote this: Don Graham’s decision to sell The Washington Post was his reverse Sophie’s Choice moment. She had to decide...

One of C.S. Lewis’s main endeavors as a teacher was to persuade young people that first-hand knowledge is not only more worth acquiring than second-hand...

Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, is the author of a excellent new biography, Lincoln Unbounded: How An Ambitious Young Railsplitter Saved the American Dream--And How...

Today we’re happy to welcome a new Web magazine to the spectrum of Jewish opinion and letters: Mosaic. Readers of Mosaicmagazine.com, which marks its debut...

Congratulations go today to our friend and colleague Bret Stephens for winning the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary for his columns in the Wall Street...

Marc Tracy’s profile of my Ethics and Public Policy Center colleague Yuval Levin is unusually shallow, even by the standards of the “new” New Republic....

I recently read a splendid book by Harry Clor, On Moderation: Defending an Ancient Virtue in a Modern World, whose purpose is to “articulate a...

COMMENTARY readers may be interested in my new book, "Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present," which has...

In the Weekly Standard, political science professor Travis D. Smith has written a response piece to Jonathan Last’s Standard essay on the virtues of Batman...

Like Lenny in James Steinbeck’s classic Of Mice and Men, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan doesn’t understand much about how the world works. He...

Our friend John R. Bolton writes eloquently about Bob Bork on the website of the American Enterprise Institute, where both worked. Here's his take in...