The D.C. metro area grows massive and rich, straining national cohesion. See Paris for the French precedent.
A coalition of 3 states, 80 firms and hundreds of firms threaten to rejoin the Paris accords, a move strictly forbidden by the Constitution.
Amidst the outrage from leftwing Twitter yesterday afternoon several progressive groups seized the moment as a chance to harp on the importance of “intersectionality.”
One of the key problems with debate over the ideal climate policy is that those who drive the conversation refuse to draw a line between the problem and the response.
A terror attack at the Louvre was stopped, Patriots fans go ballistic over those who supported Trump, & Clock Boy.
The Eagles of Death Metal are embroiled in controversy regarding speech in the same country that rallied around them after the Bataclan massacre.
“One Staircase after Another!” in France.
The Paris conference on global warming as a result of greenhouse-gas emission was a wonderful example of unintentional comedy.
In the current issue of National Review, I have a piece called “Symbols and Their Limits: A caution against the yellow-ribbon culture.” I would like to blow that piece out ...
After the Paris attacks, President Obama has refused to reassess his failed ISIS strategy and lead the West to victory over jihadist terror.