A Harper's essayist reflects on his distaste for both factions in the conflict -- and why he got over it and chose sides.
The institution is always changing. But it doesn't feel as though the emphasis on love and companionship is significantly different now than it was in the past.
John Podhoretz and Jonah Goldberg believe disingenuous conservative pundits are doing irreparable harm to their movement. So who are they?
Chief Justice John Roberts suggested activism is responsible for changes in public opinion. But the fact that many Americans now know openly gay people matters more.
A new report describes the concrete ways a clandestine spying program has caused individuals and communities to suffer.
It would be easy to replace our current killing program with a slightly altered one with sufficient protections for innocent civilians, American citizens, and rule of law.
Like many in the media, the New York Times columnist emphasizes minor positions while minimizing the Kentucky senator's more important stands.
Watch Jonathan Tobin try and fail so that you're never tempted to downplay the awfulness of cable news.
Perverse incentives reward people who treat politics as war and discourage everyone else from opposing them.
They urged a war of choice that required more sacrifices for fewer benefits than any democracy would long permit.
Exposing the most egregious examples isn't "gotcha" -- it's an attempt to prevent errors in judgment like the ones that I once made.
Revisiting a particularly irresponsible column published prior to the Iraq invasion now that its wrongheadedness has been proven
The Internet affords cheap, easy access to priceless information. But local news coverage is a casualty of its rise.
Few hawks who treated them shabbily have reflected on their behavior in reminiscences about the conflict.
The former Bush lawyer suggests that if you think the war was a mistake, you must also support returning Saddam Hussein's family to power as a remedy.
Amy Kremer says Americans have no choice but to trust the president in matters of foreign policy. This is what she thinks limited government is?
A subculture that prided itself on media criticism missed the MSM's errors -- and sometimes exacerbated them.
Bill Kristol suggests in his most recent column that America spent the decade "not policing the world." Not so, says the historical record.
A new RNC report frets about its inability to reach people who don't already identify as partisan Republicans.
A controversial Philadelphia Magazine story raises that question by anonymously airing the racial views of white people.