“VOTE DIFFERENT” began with a classic dystopian image: a long gray line of hopeless peons, trudging irrevocably toward their ordered destination, filing one by one...

Will history declare Barack Obama a great, good, adequate, or poor president? Obama has three years left in office, and we can’t know what those...

In February, Hillary Clinton visited a majority-Hispanic classroom in East Harlem, where she extolled the wonder-working properties of early childhood education. One photo of the...

Antisemitism and the American Far LeftBy Stephen H. NorwoodCambridge University Press, 318 pages In his bracing new book, Antisemitism and the American Far Left, Stephen H....

When you spend your professional life surrounded by young, worshipful, clever, ambitious, self-regarding writers, you will likely accrue to yourself all kinds of lore as...

To the Editor: Michael Doran’s excellent article “Is Obama Like Ike?” [October 2013] is a fascinating comparison of Eisenhower’s and Obama’s foreign policy in the Middle...

The Center Holds: Obama and His EnemiesBy Jonathan AlterSimon & Schuster, 448 pages Advertised as “a narrative thriller about the battle royale surrounding Barack Obama’s quest...

“I remember some of the speeches of Eisenhower,” Hillary Clinton said during a joint interview with President Obama in January. “You know, you’ve got to...

Losing the Center: The Decline of American Liberalism, 1968-1992By Jeffrey BloodworthUniversity Press of Kentucky,384 pages Who remembers the fall of 1976, and the brief flurry of...

Did the Obama administration lie about the nature of the attack on our post in Benghazi last September? Yes. Did a leak investigation by the...

The first glimpse we get of our hero in the new book Roger Ailes: Off Camera isn’t promising. The author, Zev Chafets, sits with Ailes...

The next time you say you hate your job, think of poor Martha Joynt Kumar. She labors under that ambiguous title “presidential historian”—except she’s a...