To the Editor:  I do not agree with the thrust of John Podhoretz’s “The Way Forward” [December 2012]. What was the major factor in Mitt Romney’s loss?...

Neither the senate nor the House of Representatives had voted on the proposed agreement to avoid the “fiscal cliff” of tax hikes and spending cuts...

It was just past dawn on Election Day, and already the whale was dead in the water. Project Orca, the not-so-secret high-tech weapon of Mitt...

To the Editor: It was satisfying and even thrilling to read Joshua Muravchik’s accolade to Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson [“Scoop Jackson at One Hundred,” July/August]. In...

To the Editor: In “Conservatives and the Trayvon Martin Case” [June], David French attacks a straw-man argument when he writes: Contra John Lott, citizens do not have...

This year marks the centennial of the birth of Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson, one of the towering figures of American politics in the latter half...

Police officers arriving on the scene of an early-evening shooting on February 26, 2012, in the Florida town of Sanford had no way of knowing...

In October 2009, Charles Krauthammer memorably told an audience at the Manhattan Institute that “decline is a choice.” There is, he said, nothing natural about an erosion in...

To the Editor: The vicious contention over the corpse of Ronald Reagan [“The Liberal Misappropriation of a Conservative President,” October 2011], like that between the left...

Of all the unlikely developments in American politics over the last two decades, the most astonishing is this: liberals suddenly love Ronald Reagan. They have...

“Be careful what you wish for,” it is said. Are neoconservatives soon to regret their wish for democratization in the Middle East? This was the...

To the Editor: Wilfred M. McClay may understand Rush Limbaugh [“How to Understand Rush Limbaugh,” February]. But he does not appreciate that Limbaugh’s shows don’t help...