Autocrats facing defeat have all kinds of counterproductive, dangerous ideas.
The new honcho at the original 24 hour news network wants to be more subtle and less alarmest.
The military threat is smaller, but the political one is bigger.
An interesting albeit dubious selection for Person of the Year.
Robert Mugabe led a nation to independence only to become a dictator who destroyed its economy, has died at the age of 95.
Iowa Congressman Steve King finds himself low on campaign cash and with virtually no support from his party.
Congressman Steve King has some rather unique views about human history.
Volkswagen recently announced that it was ending production of one of its most famous and recognizable models. The last Beetle rolls off the assembly line tomorrow.
Donald Trump has betrayed the legacy and the sacrifices of the soldiers who fought their way onto the beaches of Normandy.
Steve King, who has recently come under attack for a long history of racist remarks, is facing a strong challenge for the GOP nomination in 2020.
Steve King isn’t backing down from his history of white supremacy and racism. And he’s also running for re-election.
The House GOP has moved to rebuke Iowa Congressman for his racist remarks. What took them so long?
Iowa’s Steve King has long expressed anti-immigrant and racist views, now he’s asking why that’s a bad thing.
The white supremacist charged with killing a counter-protester during last year’s events in Charlottesville has been convicted of first-degree murder.
In the wake of attempted bombing attacks on people he has criticized, the President is blaming the media for poisonous political rhetoric. He needs to look in the mirror.
Elliot Cohen laments the lack of steel in the spine of the statesmen, diplomats, soldiers, and thinkers of the current generation.
Top Republican donors are becoming increasingly concerned that Donald Trump isn’t paying enough attention to raising money for the General Election campaign.
With top Republicans recoiling from the realization that the GOP is stuck with Trump in 2016, the ground seems to be being prepared for a conflict that could tear the GOP apart regardless of who wins in November.
Given his rhetoric, it’s fairly clear that Donald Trump is drawing from a poisonous political well. So there’s no point in failing to acknowledge reality.
Give Jeb Bush a DeLorean or a TARDIS and he’ll be traveling back in time to Hitler in no time!
Scott Walker’s response to the Iranian nuclear deal is perhaps the most irresponsible so far.
For the fourth time in 30 years, an American President spoke at Normandy to honor a day of sacrifice and triumph.
My first piece for The Hill, “Crimea is not Armageddon,” posted this morning.
There are many choices in dealing with Iran’s nuclear program there are many choices, but some are better than others.
The opponents of the temporary deal reached in Geneva have been making some ridiculous historical analogies.
Wendy Lower documents the half-million women who helped Hitler carry out the Holocaust.
Opposing interventionism and unnecessary and unwise military engagements is not isolationism.
Under German law, this ceremony, which Jews believe dates from the time of Abraham, is now illegal.
American revolutionary leader George Washington has been voted the greatest enemy commander to face Britain, lauded for his spirit of endurance against the odds and the enormous impact of his victory.
He may be praising Ronald Reagan now, but Newt Gingrich was singing a different tune in the 1980s.
Why isn’t the GOP calling out religious bigotry from one of its candidates?
Elias Isquith proclaims my Atlantic essay “How Perpetual War Became U.S. Ideology” to be “a total disaster.”
Congress is getting complaints that calling the Osama raid “Geronimo” is offensive to Indians.
A new biography of Adolf Hitler analyzes new documents about his World War I service and “concludes that he was not the hero he was later made out to be and that his radicalization shouldn’t necessarily be attributed to his wartime experiences.”
America’s obsession over the fate of the Burlington Coat Factory in Lower Manhattan, and a general rise in anti-Islamic rhetoric, plays right into the hands of the people that are actually our enemies.
Contrary to popular belief, Adolf Hitler didn’t come to power by democratic means or because of his ability to whip the public into a frenzy.