A dangerous era of lawfare in America.
The constant deception needed to sustain a lie.
The Western attitude toward the two wars grows even more inconsistent, if not incoherent.
A pathological prevaricator.
Why inflict such misery on both Americans and millions of illegals?
But not too demented to be president?
Biden is in no position to win a war that his own appeasement birthed.
She can’t win – but there are a few reasons she might soldier on.
The baffling case of E. Jean Carroll.
Inventing crises to advance unpopular agendas.
Historic, anti-democratic precedents that will boomerang.
Gay’s removal is not the end of Harvard’s dilemma, but the beginning.
We have a rendezvous soon with the once unthinkable and unimaginable.
At some point, the patience of the American people will run out.
Unprecedented in American history.
A new existential struggle.
Americans must choose between civilization—or its destroyers.
The Oct. 7 attacks exposed our institutions of higher learning as incubators of primordial hatred.
A 1930s nightmare on the horizon?
Dark delusions of the pro-Hamas crowd.
Unleashing the IDF.
Emerging from a self-induced slumber.
The road to defeat.
If we are not careful, what supposedly cannot happen again . . . most surely will.
Blinded by hate.