Publications


Time to Oppose the AP U.S. History Exam is Now

The traditional emphasis on America’s founders and the principles of constitutional government will soon be jettisoned in favor of a left-leaning emphasis on race, gender, class, and ethnicity.

Presidential Malpractice

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.

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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 it’s So Much Harder to Think Like a Conservative

Conservatives must learn to better articulate their vision, which is concerned not with facile ideals, but with the survival of a way of life in all of its complexity.

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.