A Health Reform Framework: Breaking Out Of The Medicaid Model

It is possible to provide better health care for poor and lower-income households without reliance on the flawed Medicaid model of insurance coverage.

The Idealism and Realism of the American Founders

America needs idealists and realists, those who can dream and those who can pass legislation.

The Uses of Monarchy

The institution of the monarchy still has much to offer, even in a democratic age.

GOP Should Stop Avoiding Payroll Tax Reform

The largest tax most families face is the payroll tax, not the income tax. If the GOP is serious about lowering tax burdens for the middle class, the payroll tax cannot be ignored.

Obama’s Unintended Consequences on Immigration

President Obama’s short-sighted executive action on immigration has contributed to the growing crisis along America’s southern border.

Review of The Rise and Decline of American Religious Freedom

Anyone who wants to understand the perilous condition of religious freedom in America should read this book.

D’Souza’s America and Our Schools

The College Board is about to turn the teaching of American history into exactly the sort of grievance-based pedagogy that Dinesh D’Souza decries in his new film.

The GOP’s Growing Vulnerability on Cultural Issues

Republicans need to be prepared to respond to attacks over social issues with winsomeness and grace.

Happy Fourth, Despite It All

Despite the debates that roil American politics, the unique qualities of the United States are always worth celebrating.

Highbrow Taste, Mass Appeal

A new exhibition at Tate Britain highlights art historian Kenneth Clark’s contributions to British culture.