Growing Pains

Two of the authors of Room to Grow, a new book of conservative policy reform proposals, respond to some prominent critics.

Democrats’ Illiberal Attitude on Iraq

In the debate over Iraq, liberals want to silence opposing voices – but doing so requires distorting the Left’s troubled history on foreign policy.

Here Are Good Ways to Replace Obamacare, Not Simply Repeal It

It is time for the GOP to begin coalescing around a credible, workable alternative to Obamacare.

Foreign-Policy Questions for the President

President Obama’s foreign policy record raises many questions, and there seem to be few good answers.

An Open Letter to the Patriarch of Moscow

The Russian Orthodox Church should confront the moral hangover of totalitarianism, help rebuild the cultural foundations of Russian civil society, and join in full in the global quest for Christian unity.

When Is a Scandal Not a Scandal?

The American people must hold the Obama administration accountable to the law – starting with the scandal at the IRS.


‘Ready for Hillary’

Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for president is based not on any accomplishments in public office, but on identity politics.

The Maidan and the West

The Maidan movement in Ukraine offers a reminder of Europe’s highest aspirations – and a challenge to the complacency of the West.

John Paul and Francis at Yad Vashem

In their visits to the Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis showed a profound understanding of the mysteries of suffering and evil.

Time for Congressional Hearings On Common Core

The proponents of the Common Core education reforms have arguably employed undemocratic and unconstitutional means to advance their aims, provoking an outcry on both the right and the left.