Medicare Isn’t Fixed

The across-the-board payment cuts in Medicare included in the Affordable Care Act could impair access to care for seniors. They will not bring about the transformation of Medicare that is needed.

An Eminent Distortion of History

Despite the vindication of John Paul II’s approach to communism in Eastern Europe, there remains a persistent misunderstanding within certain quarters of the Vatican regarding the Church’s role in world affairs.

Narrow Windows

A narrowly-focused exhibition of Andrew Wyeth’s works at the National Gallery in Washington offers some highlights, but many visitors will find it confusing or disappointing.

The ‘Heartless’ Canard

Those who would dismiss Republican concerns over illegal immigration as “heartless” should not be quick to dismiss the ways that Democrats, including the president, have contributed to the current crisis.

‘The Bear Is Loose’

Vladimir Putin’s Russia continues to cast a dark shadow over Eastern Europe, while Western leaders seem oblivious to the nature of the threat.

Obama’s Psychological Tapestry

Barack Obama’s psychological profile helps to explain his failed presidency.

How to Fight Sexual Assault

The hook-up culture on college campuses makes female students vulnerable to irresponsible men – but the solutions offered by the left are inadequate.

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.