Play about autistic child showcases widespread contempt.
Vox’s Matt Yglesias embraces law and order.
New York Times reporter who falsely accused Adler of racism has paid no price.
They're laughing, but she's introducing concepts that won't disappear.
It's easy to dismiss primary candidates as unexciting or flawed. But every candidate is flawed.
Democratic incompetence and leftist cannibalization will bring four more years of Trump.
Michael Pembroke’s Korea: Where the American Century Began argues for the importance of the war in American foreign policy over the last 70 years.
Amelie Wen Zhao cancels her debut novel because it's not woke enough.
Once again, Eastern Shore residents cover their eyes from routine and murderous racism.
People want an opposition that opposes.
The annual presidential State of the Union speech has run its course.
Histrionic journalists and unrealistic expectations in interviewing rock stars.
Not fundraising, likability, or demographics. Surveillance.
We’ll never run out of things for fact checkers to do.
Passive aggression preceded Trump aggression.
Every hierarchy of power is dangerous.
Francis Fukuyama’s latest book offers plenty of insights.
Anarchy travels, government kills.
If anything, the NATO intervention saved lives.
She’s approached her job like an old white man.
Thomas More, Waco, and Now Roger Stone.
Halloweens past and present; busybody schoolmarms; and a strange New York Times article about the Red Sox.
Recorded in 1990 by David Hoffman.
Rotten apples: political partisans leap to interpret (far too many) polls for their side. A meaningless exercise.
The value of restaurant reviews and Bret Stephens’ warning to Democrats.
The armchair online mob has finally bested traditional journalism for pure slime.
The prescience of a 1969 junior high student in Huntington, NY. (Definitely not me.)
Ain’t nothin’ like the real thing. It’s silly to take New York Times at face value on “Anonymous.”
Newspapers plead to be relevant. Why didn’t publishers think of that in 1999?
Bret Stephens is just as confused about Trump as everyone else. And The Nation’s skid continues.