Aaron D. Wolf
What underlies all of the social science about the effects of smartphone addiction is an assumption about the good—what is right versus what is harmful for society.
Pro-lifers have ensured that abortion is still a live issue—no negligible accomplishment in an age of ever-escalating political correctness.
Jason Michael Morgan
[U]niversities are not akin to ships, moving through uncharted waters toward horizons of higher truth. No, American institutes of higher learning are plagues of locusts. Firing a single shot at them is as effective as squishing one insect in the swarm.
From the beginning, Barack Obama’s dreams of endless “Change,” of permanent national flux, were a recipe for racial animosity and violence. Ultimately, the impression that his words left was that magnanimity is impossible.
Chilton Williamson, Jr.
The Democrats and the rest of the left are taking the results of last November’s election no better than they predicted the Republicans and the right would do if their man lost.
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Donald Trump is the first president since Richard Nixon to return the raison d’état to its rightful place as the guiding principle of foreign policymaking. He has made a clean break with the current establishment’s imperial pretensions and moral absolutism, which is a welcome development.
Trump won the presidency despite the unremitting hostility of all the pundits outraged by his inaugural address. But being a successful president is a far more daunting task than being a successful candidate, and the odds are still stacked against Trump
The imperative of the new era is that the great nuclear powers—China, Russia, the United States—not do to each other what Britain, France and Germany did to each other a century ago over a dead archduke.
It’s been almost seven months since Britons voted to leave the European Union. By now I am reluctantly convinced that a genuine, hard Brexit—as opposed to some “associate-EU-membership” fudge—will actually happen.