Long before Sohrab Ahmari, Bozell argued for a political Catholicism
If you are for regime change wars, you are putting terrorists first
Terminally wrong though he is, there is something fundamentally American about him
Could Douglas Macgregor fill the Iran hawk’s shoes?
The hawk never should have been brought into the administration in the first place
Libertarianism can’t deliver when it’s so indifferent toward nationhood
Dipping All Around the World was deeply intellectually stimulating
If he can fix the party first
He just doesn’t seem too well-suited to the world of political consultancy
The reflexive reaction to David Koch’s death has overlooked the true nature of his philanthropy
Republicans and Democrats are dueling to see who can write the worst policy
Anthony Scaramucci is a slightly preposterous footnote to the spectacle that is the Trump presidency
Anyone moderate with a brain and anything to lose has largely gone silent
‘The forgotten men and women of America will never, ever be forgotten again’
The Nebraska senator used to have a relatable world-weariness about him. What happened?
The orange man succeeds where the mandarins failed
The Arkansas senator’s maneuver was a major signal to post-Brexit Britain
Ratcliffe gets caught in the trap
Exploring the burning subtext of a Democratic presidential campaign
Too many foolish people have too much invested in believing the worst about the Penn Law professor
On conservative grounds it is no longer defensible
Is there more disaffection among conservative youth with Trump than anyone had surmised?
What to make of the freshman senator already dominating the Right?
His bleating about Rand Paul is pathetic
When it comes to war powers, conservatives are at odds with the Framers of the Constitution