Hanging racism around Republican necks is the fulfillment of the dearest wish of the Left and could discredit the party for years to come.
Increasingly, it’s our elite, central institutions — Congress, the Ivy League — that grant status and dole out resources to the favored few.
President Trump’s exchange of nuclear war rhetoric with North Korea is a high-risk game.
Under the leadership of Archbishop Allen Vigneron, the Church in Detroit is going on offense, challenging itself to become a diocese of missionary disciples.
Conservatives in the U.K. could, if they chose, call upon a great tradition of social and political thinking that is far more plausible than the leftist ideology of the Momentum movement.
A Trumpified American politics would introduce something that has long existed in Europe but rarely in the United States: class-based parties.
Christopher Nolan’s innovation in Dunkirk is that he has attempted to preserve and, indeed, enhance with technological wizardry, the realistic, grunt’s-eye view of the battle while keeping the emotional side of things low-key.
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