Jacob Heilbrunn

Jacob Heilbrunn is the editor of the National Interest and the author of They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons. He is a contributing editor of The Spectator.

Politics

Sand-storm! Bernie is coming for Trump

What happens in Vegas should scare the Trump

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Art

Cyrus the Great

A night at Blues Alley with the mighty Chestnut

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

Can Roger Stone rely on a Trump pardon?

The trial itself has already played into Trump’s hands

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

Reports of the death of the Biden campaign have been greatly exaggerated

Voters are searching for a unifying candidate. He’s it

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

Who saw that coming? Trump acquitted

Impeachment ends with a whimper, despite Mitt Romney’s best efforts

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

No one saw Pete Buttigieg coming except himself

Are the establishment figures of the Democratic party falling by the wayside?

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

Lamar Alexander clears the way for an unbound Trump

But no one has done more to bolster Trump’s fortunes than Mitch McConnell

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

The Bolton blindside

When I met him on the eve of the Iraq war, he struck me as perhaps the most straightforward of the bunch

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

Is Igor Fruman cooperating with the feds?

Trump’s paladins understood that by ‘take her out’, Trump didn’t mean ask her to go to a fine restaurant or the ballet

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

If the impeachment trial is ‘a joke’, who’s having the last laugh?

Leading Republicans are pooh-poohing the notion that much credence should be reposed in Lev Parnas’s statements

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

Trump must be unsettled by the impeachment developments

Giuliani apparently wants to be part of Trump’s legal defense team, but it doesn’t seem likely that he’ll make the cut

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Art

The Hayes of our lives

A soul survivor whose sonic alchemy endures

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

Mike Pompeo’s dishonest Iran defense

The neocon dream of a liberated Baghdad ends with an emboldened and empowered Iran

By Jacob Heilbrunn

Politics

What could go right for Trump in 2020?

Trump’s hardline against Iran could pay off

By Jacob Heilbrunn

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