The Fix to the ‘Doc Fix’ Is No Fix at All
The new physician-payment system approved by Congress will give the Medicare bureaucracy even more control over the practice of medicine.
Getting No Respect: Blue-Collar Voters
Working-class discontent continues to grow and gather steam, fracturing and reordering politics in virtually every country.
Take Them at Their Word
Among progressives there is a reflex to downplay and dismiss the grotesque anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism that is a routine part of the rhetoric of the Iranian regime.
Probing the Heart of French Malaise
France is in the throes of a unique cultural moment — one that stretches way beyond the soul-searching debates over Islamist violence and Muslim integration, or arguments over its economic travails, fractious labor politics and troubling brain drain.
Apartment Hunting in Paris Reminds Me Why I’m a Conservative
Well-meaning lefties reassure themselves that they are doing God’s work by punishing landlords and passing well-intentioned regulations, while the very people they are trying to help are left poorly housed (or not housed at all) by their policies.
The Left’s Middle-Class Problem
Conservatives have an opportunity to offer solutions to the problems facing Americans, especially those in the middle class, that are not constrained by liberal shibboleths and are driven instead by a commitment to limited government and market economics.
Democrat Divinity Schools
By smuggling virtually the entire leftist agenda into the activities of campus sustainability offices, our educational institutions are swiftly converting themselves into ideological finishing schools.
The Culture Wars v. the Culture of Life
A utilitarian society will be dramatically less humane than a society that honors the principle of human dignity and extends it to those in every season and station in life.
Easter and Evangelism
The Gospels record that it took the first Christian believers a while to understand what the Resurrection meant—their fears and incomprehension bear witness to the unprecedented nature of the experience of the Risen One.
In its rush to convict the educated Left, a new book overlooks the important complicity among certain elites on the Right in the plight of non-college-educated, native-born Americans.