Why FDR’s massive reforms probably won’t be repeated.
Thanks to Donald Trump, the conservative journal is regressing to the aristocratic conservatism of its founder William Buckley.
Her stance on capital punishment is incomprehensible—and that doesn't bode well for the rest of her carceral policies.
Trump is not the first media-savvy outsider to win the GOP nomination.
A look at the data shows that public and private colleges tend to vote differently.
If conservatives really believe Trump should be denied the presidency, they will encourage Republicans to fill the Supreme Court vacancy with all deliberate speed.
The politicization of the court has sullied its reputation.
How Ted Cruz learned to lose friends and influence people.
They will remember again when he loses the general election.
Preserving them risks legitimizing white supremacy, but removing them risks erasing our mistakes. Here's a third way.
How the state went from having some of the strictest gun laws in the country to having hardly any at all.
Lost in the fiasco surrounding Donald Trump is that the so-called moderate Republican candidates are almost as bad.
Whether he knows it or not, the Vermont senator has laid the groundwork for a vital reimagining of American foreign policy.
The rhetorical tool behind his most outrageous statements.
The rise of Donald Trump presents an opportunity for the party to start afresh.
He accuses critics of cynicism, without recognizing that he bears blame.
Prominent progressives have undercut a cherished policy goal of the left. They’re wrong on both the politics and the economics.