U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken says that we live in a “moment of reckoning for democracy worldwide” and promises that America will “step forward and bring others” with it.
Well, it’s official. The only cheap gasoline that President Biden seems to like is the stuff he keeps pouring on the bonfire of racial grievance politics.
In his new book, “Conservatism: A Rediscovery,” Yoram Hazony makes a convincing case that Enlightenment rationalism is the god that failed.
As former Trump Administration national security officials who deeply believe in an America First approach to U.S. national security policy, we strongly object to the May 14 Washington Post editorial, “‘America First’ is America at its worst.”
If the economy slips into recession, you can “thank” the Federal Reserve. All around the country is the economic detritus of its monetary malfeasance.
“The fight is here. I need ammunition, not a ride.”
The recent leak of a draft U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning the venerable 1973 opinion that legalized abortion has sent crowds of angry “progressives” to picket the homes of the five justices.
Equality under the law is a bedrock principle of our society and our legal system — or at least it used to be. But the pursuit of the equality of outcomes under the guise of “equity” has been embraced by the American Bar Association.
In recent months, voters in several Cape Cod towns have made moves that could signal a sea change in the direction of environmental policy.