We can, and must, use all tools necessary in our policy and legal arsenal to rein in the Big Tech oligarchs before it is too late.
Manliness itself is increasingly viewed not as a virtue to be nourished and cherished, but as a "toxic" vestige of a bygone barbarism.
Nuking the Senate filibuster would both undermine our political order and be politically shortsighted for Democrats.
Harvard College maintains noxious de facto racial quotas to penalize Asian-Americans, redolent of the anti-Jewish Ivy League quotas of the early 20th century.
Conservatives might be forgiven for wondering if Biden himself should be canceled next.
While conservatives' present position is dire, the path forward remains clear.
Trump could both box in his successor and solidify his recalibration of U.S.-China policy with one brilliant diplomatic move.
In order for the movement he helped build to flourish, the president must go away after January 20.
End COVID-19 totalitarianism, confront the rise of Communist China, continue President Trump's Middle East breakthroughs and push for creative solutions that defy stale neoliberalism.
Batya Ungar-Sargon of The Forward debates Issac Bailey of Davidson College.
With the Trump administration's days in office waning, we are set for the messy and divisive politics of immigration to return to national preeminence.
Big Tech is the ruling class's means by which to control the acceptability, or lack thereof, of speech itself.
R.R. Reno, editor of First Things, debates Charles C.W. Cooke, editor of National Review Online.
The beauty of an unfolding political realignment in which so much is in flux is that there may well be more Venn diagram overlap than meets the eye.
Jonathan Tobin, editor in chief of JNS.org and popular conservative columnist, debates Spencer Klavan, assistant editor of the Claremont Review of Books and The American Mind.
American higher education needs a wrecking ball—not a bailout.
Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project debates Hall of Fame adult entertainer Brandi Love.
Will Chamberlain of the Internet Accountability Project debates Matthew Feeney of the Cato Institute.
Abigail Shrier debates Juliet Jacques.
It's time for a U.S. Department of Justice investigation.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) debates Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA) on a hot-button issue at stake this election.
Jamil N. Jaffer of George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School debates Bonnie Kristian of Defense Priorities.
John R. Lott, Jr. of Crime Prevention Research Center debates John E. Rosenthal of Stop Handgun Violence.