Katherine Connell traces the history of the political hug.
Owen Graham and Michaela Bendikova discuss a bad idea that just won’t die: the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.
Heather Mac Donald argues that the administration’s action against “Secure Communities” reveals a disturbing premise.
Paul Leaf highlights the harms of teacher absenteeism, and proposes four reforms.
Colin Dueck advocates just winning the wars we have involved ourselves in.
Deroy Murdock urges Gov. Rick Perry to get in the race for the presidential nomination.
Thomas S. Hibbs reviews Woody Allen’s latest, Midnight in Paris.
Kathryn Jean Lopez celebrates Michele Bachmann as a new kind of feminist.
Michael Barone worries that our economic reforms are trying to restore the past, rather than promote dynamism.