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Yesterday, during a conversation about poverty at the Catholic-Evangelical Summit at Georgetown University, President Obama employed his favorite rhetorical device — a straw man opponent...

Mike Morrell, former deputy director of the CIA and a well-respected intelligence professional, has a new book out in which he claims that Edward Snowden’s...

For contemporary liberals there is no worse offense that to be “against science,” a term that is loosely thrown about to silence skepticism about environmental...

Keith Gessen, co-editor of the left-wing journal n+1 has written an explanation of why he joined more than 200 other writers in protesting the PEN American Center’s...

I have to admit, the first time I heard about trigger warnings, I thought they were a joke. In short, trigger warnings assume that students...

Does it make a difference whether ISIS is directly responsible for Sunday night’s attack in Garland, Texas or whether jihadists who swore allegiance to the...

Brian Moore, a 25-year-old New York City police officer, is in a medically induced coma in Jamaica Hospital. He was  allegedly shot in the head...

Baltimore got the celebration this afternoon that many in Ferguson, Missouri longed for last summer and fall. The decision of Baltimore’s State’s Attorney to indict...

When Martin O’Malley turned up in Baltimore yesterday he received an unexpectedly cool welcome in the city he served as mayor for eight years. O’Malley...

When President Obama finally spoke today about the riots in Baltimore, he attempted to strike a balance between condemnation of those committing violence in the...

Ever since Islamist terrorists murdered a dozen at the offices of the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo, and then finished their murder spree by targeting...

In some ways, the left’s overt hostility to religious liberty, as evidenced by the mob-shaming of defenders of basic and once-bipartisan religious freedom protections, is...