President Obama’s repeated foreign policy mistakes reveal a steadfast commitment to mistaken beliefs about how the world works.
On the Slaughter Bench of History
World War I wrought devastation throughout European civilization, yet not all who endured it learned the same lessons.
Remembering the Great Fouad Ajami
The uniquely gifted scholar longed to see a Middle East that would honor its many religious traditions and cherish the cultural gifts each faith offered its neighbors.
Why the College Board Demoted the Founders
In the College Board’s new AP U.S. History framework, critical thinking skills are deployed only against the traditional American narrative, while leftist pressure groups elicit cheerleading.
Will Justice Do Justice in Ferguson?
The Justice Department’s track record in investigating local police departments does not bode well for its investigation in Ferguson, Missouri.
The Reality Behind the Latest Pro-Obamacare Spin
Insurance companies are setting premiums on the assumption that any losses will be covered by federal taxpayers. Targeting this bailout for repeal is a sure political winner for the GOP.
Yes, Obama Was Talking About ISIS
The president of the United States is misleading us about what he said about ISIS. That’s a problem.
Failure on the Home Front
President Obama claimed that retreating from military commitments abroad would enable the United States to focus on “nation building” at home, but the results are dismal.
Yuval Levin Honored as One of the Politico 50
EPPC Hertog Fellow Yuval Levin has been selected by Politico Magazine as one of the “Politico 50,” the magazine’s list of “the thinkers, doers and dreamers who really matter in this age of gridlock and dysfunction.”
Bill and Hillary Clinton’s unique power-sharing arrangement has proven to be nothing but trouble for as long as they’ve been in public life.