Whatever one may think of President Trump's speech last Wednesday—I personally found it deeply upsetting—one thing is clear: It was fully protected by the First Amendment.
Everything conservatives say they stand for—free thought, free speech and free markets—is now under threat.
Normalization promises to bring peace and prosperity to a region destabilized by radicals for far too long, and should inspire us to treat each other with greater respect in America.
The media will predictably declare the world safe again on January 20.
How the last days of Trump's presidency is handled relative to Trump being removed from office or not is one thing, but he must be removed from the political stage permanently.
Those who say we should "look forward" to a new administration and forget or dismiss what occurred last week are delusional.
After last week the label seems not just acceptable, but necessary.
Years of emergencies have taught Israel life can change in an instance—and despite the chaos of everyday life, citizens and state can come together with remarkable efficiency in a time of need.
I spent 14 years in Guantanamo. President Obama promised to close the camp, but his administration fought tooth and nail against my release. Will President Biden do the right thing?
Cancel culture and the First Amendment are distinct concepts.
At the outset of 2021, few Americans understand the disturbing degree to which Christians and Uighur Muslims in China are persecuted.
Generous resettlement provisions save lives in the short run.