The venture capitalists, crypto promoters, and billionaires who funded Silicon Valley Bank clearly knew the risks.
Jay W. Richards
America's history of appreciating the military is worth keeping, but the country doesn't need the military in politics.
Spielberg's The Fabelmans is a confrontation between 1950s and 1960s America.
With employment demands, assessment requirements, and skill training gone taken over by AI, what will be left for the university to do?
Progressives will never understand violent incidents until they look to human nature itself.
Faith in America’s founding principles, and the integrity of American efforts to promote human rights, has been undermined.
Whether legal outcomes conform to what scientists desire should not matter—the Supreme Court’s job is to get the law right.
What do the French see in their Lady of Liberty?
Peart’s lyrics suggest that while greatness may be rare in a democratic society, it is not unachievable.
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What should the Supreme Court’s originalist justices do when confronted with nonoriginalist precedents on which citizens have relied?
Political philosopher David Walsh highlights the givenness of the person in our hypercritical age.
Understanding the narratives of political economy can improve communication, and help us to appreciate subtle truths about our political moment.
Catholic priests are being imprisoned and exiled for refusing to be silent about the abuses of the Ortega regime.
The concatenation of ideas we call “woke” has transformed tolerance into a norm of forced association, speech, and performance.
Are the United States and Russia headed towards a nuclear conflict over Ukraine?