The Biden Administration is constantly bragging about its actions against Russia. Is that wise?
Former President Trump routinely broke the law with respect to protecting public records.
It’s always a good idea to reread a text before referencing it, especially if you’re a history Ph.D. like Newt Gingrich
Our brains are wired to seek approval but may not be equipped to handle our modern existence.
The President tweeted, “We cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself.”
Too many people still don’t understand the idea behind ‘flattening the curve.’ That includes our President.
Unprecedented spending since leaving City Hall has put him in a unique position.
Trump opened his mouth and, once again, racist bilge came spewing out.
Most of us define ourselves largely through our jobs. That’s increasingly a problem.
The President of the United States and the most-talked-about freshman Representative in ages could not be more different.
Rather than cauterizing an open wound, she’s fanned the fuels of a fire.
At a minimum, Trump is betraying his oath of office. That is one hell of a minimum.
Does the administration know what it is doing?
The new Secretary of State is an improvement over the worst Secretary of State in history.
Dan Drezner notes some challenges on this topic, and I add some of my own thoughts.
A blog post and resulting Twitter exchange point to a larger problem in our political dialog.
As with so many things, the President is demonstrating that he really doesn’t know what he is doing.
Distinguishing between anti-elite populism and coded anti-Semitism is next to impossible.
The host of a weekend show on MSNBC is angry that the network wants her to talk about the presidential race.
My latest for RealClearDefense: “Senator Walsh’s Unrepresentative Black Mark on Professional Military Education”
Jofi Joseph was unmasked as the obnoxious @NatSecWonk and fired by the White House.