It’s said that two things about war are insufficiently appreciated by those who, like me, have not known it first-hand: 1) It is, when not...

To the Editor: Benjamin Domenech makes some interesting points about the rising costs of noncash work benefits to employers [“The Truth About Wage Stagnation,” March]. The...

To the Editor: Yuval Levin’s “The Mobility Crisis” [March] misses one key element in today’s reduced mobility in America: the burden of indebtedness. Americans are more indebted...

As I lay dying (or at least I thought I might be), as the blood, spurting upward, splattered the green tunics of my surgeons—I was...

To the Editor: Arthur Herman’s article on fracking is misleading and biased [“The Liberal War on American Energy Independence,” February]. In order to get to deep...

We have entered a state of emergency. The Obama administration is pursuing policies that effectively serve the purposes of one of America’s greatest foes and...

“Can Robert Putnam Save the American Dream?” That’s the question the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Marc Perry recently asked in a long and reverential article...

Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society and the Conservative Counterrevolution By Amanda Hollis-Brusky Oxford, 264 pages Last November, the Federalist Society hosted its annual National Lawyers...

In his 2004 book, The Case for Democracy, the Soviet dissident turned Israeli politician Natan Sharansky argues that the West can win the long struggle...

To the Editor: Tevi Troy can be excused for gloating over ObamaCare’s failures in coverage, candor, and cost [“2015: The ObamaCare Crucible,” January], but repealing taxes...

On February 2, 2015, a Hellfire missile struck an automobile traveling along a rutted road in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. It killed six men inside—four Pakistanis...

We have entered a state of emergency. The Obama administration is pursuing policies that effectively serve the purposes of one of America’s greatest foes and...