The president is aiding Saudi Arabia in an unlawful, unpopular, inhumane bombing campaign at odds with the foreign policy that he promised Americans.
Breaking with his predecessors from both parties, Trump has ratcheted down admissions of those fleeing persecution to their lowest levels in decades.
If the agenda of the Republican establishment excited rank-and-file voters, Trump wouldn’t now preside over the party.
Decisions made at Plymouth State University threaten to undermine participation in America’s criminal-justice system.
A list of nonfiction journalism from 2017 that will stand the test of time.
President Trump is obsessed with the talking point, but it bears no more resemblance to reality than Richard Nixon’s best-remembered words.
The 2016 election was won amid a cover-up of illegal conduct designed to keep the truth from the electorate.
The Republican leader of the Senate Intelligence Committee sided with President Trump in his conflict with John Brennan with a statement that called his own judgment into question.
The internet doesn’t actually offer an unconstrained marketplace of ideas.
The polemicist declares that the white nationalist Richard Spencer’s agenda is really that of “a progressive Democrat.”
Nothing better protects victims of bigotry than a system where they can pursue their needs and wants outside the realm of popular control.
The Fox News host cites an increase in the numbers of legal and illegal immigrants as the reason for her diminished patriotism.
The political preferences of two college professors, writing in a prominent leftist journal, are informed by the belief that “making people’s lives materially better isn’t enough.”
The 2016 election is over. Voters no longer face a binary choice. So why are the president’s supporters still pledging their fealty?
Students, alumni, and other members of the Hillsdale community offer their responses to a recent Atlantic story.
Eight years ago, the vice president set out his standards for judging a president. His boss fails to measure up.
An institution devoted to “pursuing truth” forges ever-closer ties to a president who constantly lies.
Why would the president threaten war over such relatively inconsequential words?
The protestors are embracing the spirit of the Founders, but leaving themselves vulnerable to being demagogued.
Rather than address its egregious abuses, the Republican Party is uniting in praise for the agency.