Speculating about the 2024 presidential race is a fool's errand today, but there is value in assessing what questions will arise.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day should signal a real commitment to respect and protect living Jews—not merely stand in moments of silence for six million dead Jews.
Criminals have an incentive to disobey the law precisely because the law-abiding obey it.
If Congress wants to be treated as an equal, it needs to do the job the Founders insisted on in the U.S. Constitution.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris mean what they say when they speak of being a president and vice president for all Americans—regardless of political stripe, creed or color.
Mass amnesty with no increase in border security and the promise of less enforcement will have one side effect: unifying and galvanizing Republicans.
Community-led infrastructure job creation is critical to address the massive job losses that marginalized populations have endured.
If we want to demonstrate how much of a difference God has made in our lives, we should do something exceedingly rare in our country today: honor authority.
Thousands of political prisoners were massacred in Iran in 1988 in mass executions—and the perpetrators are still free and serving the regime today.
The dual elections in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan offer crucial insights for Biden's approach toward to those critical neighbors of Russia—and vital corridors for China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.