“Classical liberals” really need to rediscover self examination
The WSJ doesn’t like Stanford’s attempt to make its website more inclusive.
The President delivered a rousing stump speech from Independence Hall.
I’m shocked, shocked, to find that this is happening here.
Are we really being blocked from getting back to normal? And if so, what is the real barrier?
A vaccinated 75-year-old is as likely to die as an unvaccinated 53-year-old.
Tip O’Neill was famous for once having advised his fellow Democrats that “all politics is local.” That’s not true anymore, and that’s unfortunate.
A writer at National Review is proposing a compromise on the issue of transgender rights. Needless to say, many conservatives aren’t very happy about it.
Americans as a whole are becoming less religious and some people are panicking about it.
The Supreme Court has accepted the appeal of a Colorado baker in a case that will determine if claims of religious liberty and free expression outweigh the application of generally applicable laws against discrimination.
Not surprisingly, the Trump Administration has revoked guidelines to public schools that required accommodation of transgender students.
The rise of Trump and Sanders has resurrected a debate as old as Western civilization.
The people who believe there is a ‘War On Christmas” tend to be the same ones who hold to the largely false idea that their religious beliefs are under assault due to a “culture war.”
A trial court Judge in Oregon is the latest public official to refuse to do his job.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will be entering the race for President later this month, but it’s unclear if his recent turn to the hard right will help him or hurt him.
Chelsea Clinton is pregnant, and once again America’s political pundits are making fools of themselves.
Vladimir Putin seems to be getting a lot of love from cultural conservatives in the United States.
Politics aside, the challenges to the PPACA’s birth control mandate raise important legal issues.
The Iraq War did significant damage to the legacy of the Republican Party.
Robert Bork, the controversial jurist whose failed Supreme Court bid ushered in a new climate in American politics, has died at 85.
Mitt Romney and other top Republicans are not taking part in the latest round of the culture war debate over same-sex marriage, for good reason.
Obama has an advantage in what is likely to be one of the most important states in November’s election, but the race is far from over.