Two radical proposals from Gotham’s mayor have enraged voters.

December 12 2019



Race Rules the Day in Mr. de Blasio’s Neighborhood

Deroy Murdock and Charles Vavruska

Two radical proposals from Gotham’s mayor have enraged voters. Read More


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Give Me Liberty: The Making of American Exceptionalism

Richard Brookhiser with Luke Thompson

A new, limited episode podcast examining thirteen historical documents and recounting their role in the development of liberty.

You Didn’t Build That

Kevin D. Williamson

What emerges from the complicated story of Detroit’s success and the relatively simple story of its failure is not that government must master economic complexity and put it in harness but rather that government must do a lot of relatively simple things well.

China, U.S. Reach Phase-One Trade Agreement: Report

Tobias Hoonhout

Following months of back-and-forth, U.S. and Chinese negotiators have again reached an agreement on a phase-one trade deal, Bloomberg reported Thursday.


A Precarious Position: Ukraine Journal, Part III

Jay Nordlinger

Zelensky is very keen not to be ensnared in the American drama, as is Ukraine itself. Every time Zelensky opens his mouth, on the subject of America, he risks offending someone.

Rubio’s Industrial Policy Is Far from Radical

Fred Bauer

One of the important subtexts of Marco Rubio’s industrial-policy speech is the intersection of economic structures and geopolitical strategy.

The Obama’s Administration’s FISA Abuse Is a Massive Scandal

David Harsanyi

All of it was to keep a “low threshold” counterintelligence investigation into the opposition party’s political campaign open during an election.

The Price Our Government Has Paid for Lying about Afghanistan

Michael Brendan Dougherty

Having spent two decades lying about Afghanistan, the normal experts are now left to rattle to cable-news cameras, and for the most part they aren’t believed even when they tell truths about Washington. It may not be a just punishment, but it could be a fitting one.

Following IG Report, Senate Republicans Plan Major Reforms to FISA Process

Tobias Hoonhout

Senate Republicans suggested they were more open to working on reforms to the FISA court.

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The Case for Nationalism: How It Made Us Powerful, United, and Free

Richard Lowry

“Makes an original and compelling case for nationalism . . . A fascinating, erudite—and much-needed—defense of a hallowed idea unfairly under current attack.” — Victor Davis Hanson


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