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.”

Déjà Two

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.


The Covenant of Marriage

When marriage is reduced to a contract for mutual economic advantage among any configuration of consenting adults, something essential in what Christians understand to be “marriage” is lost.


New RNC Rules Stymie Conservatives in the Primaries

New rules affecting the 2016 GOP primaries could make it much tougher for non-establishment candidates to get ahead.


A Conversation About Things That Matter

In a marvelous conversation about political philosophy, Professor Mark Blitz reminds us why prudence is a political virtue.

Why Did British Police Ignore Pakistani Gangs Abusing 1,400 Rotherham Children? Political Correctness

The horrific revelation of widespread sexual abuse in Rotherham, England, is a disturbing example of the dangers of political correctness.

Knowing the Trinity

In strictest theological definition, the Trinity is a “mystery”: a truth which can never be fully comprehended by reason, but which can be known to be true in love.

The Imprint of Battle

A Virginia Museum of Fine Arts exhibition of high-quality etchings, engravings, lithographs and dry points, all accompanied by helpful explanatory labels, chronicle World War I from the British Isles to the deserts of the Near East.