In light of the ongoing conversation about the role of racism and racial resentment in U.S. politics, I recommend reading political scientist Gerard Alexander’s 2004 essay on the GOP’s Southern strategy, and how it has been (mis)interpreted.
Less fanaticism, more restraint, and more moderation — not the worst idea for a new year’s resolution.
To watch Biden at the lectern was to experience shock and dismay interspersed with moments of alarm and dark humor. No wonder he hides from the media.
Oswalt betrayed a friend of 34 years because he was scared by the antics of a handful of crap-flinging baboons on the Internet.
A salvo that is American pop music’s first sign of rebellion
Why were President Biden and the FBI so reluctant to say that the synagogue gunman was motivated by antisemitism and jihadism?
What the president’s Georgia voting speech lacked in facts, he tried to make up in hysteria.
But he can be resisted.
Governor Hochul’s cloth crusade has the same ‘work-around’ flaw as Biden’s OSHA order.
Hamas-linked CAIR gets a free pass from lazy media that smear Steven Emerson as an ‘Islamophobe.’
The Laughing Cavalier stars in a show of the Dutch master's portraits at the Wallace Collection.
In Year Three of the pandemic, the question of whether we’ll ever be able to plan visits, vacations, and outings with confidence is one worth considering.
Bill Nighy proves that ‘subtly devastating’ is not an oxymoron in the beautifully painted film Living.