In a speech Wednesday outlining his would-be foreign policy, Donald Trump tried to sound presidential.
Why is it not a not a big surprise that a history professor living off of taxpayer funds may have cheered on America’s Islamist enemies—and is the target of an FBI...
On Sunday night President Obama did what he always does with security threats: blame others for his administration’s lapses.
The outcome of Paris is preordained. When 195 nations deploy an army of bureaucrats committed to more government control of the economy, they are going to reach a deal...
In a month when Western Civilization has come under renewed attack from jihadists, that other bastion of opposition to the economic and political freedom the West embodies has...
Seventy years ago, on Sept. 2, 1945, Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the supreme commander of Allied powers in the Pacific, stood on the deck of the battleship USS Missouri in Tokyo...
How it is possible that someone with multiple felonies and illegal entries to the USA could ever be free to prey on law-abiding citizens?
This week marks the 26th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, in which China’s government crushed students protesting peacefully for freedom and accountable government.
Later this year, our own government plans to give away control of the Internet to “the global multi-stakeholder community.”
In most campaigns, it’s a safe bet that bromides and talking points will dominate instead of bold ideas and proposals for real reform. Let’s hope the 2016 race taking shape is...