The longer both the president and his party remain trapped in a conspiracy scenario, the more likely they are to paint themselves into a corner from which there is no escape.
We don't stand for intimidation or take orders from journalists in this country. We believe in following through with the prescribed procedures of a free and fair election in full, until all parties are satisfied.
The selection of an experienced trade negotiator with credibility in Washington and experience wrangling Beijing could break the current logjam and result in a productive airing of grievances.
In the long term, Washington would be better served by addressing African priorities than by trying to counter China at every turn.
Whatever he might say or do, power will slip away from the Commander in Chief—slow and silently at first, and picking up speed as elections are certified and lawsuits fail.
The issues stemming from the hostile anti-Semitic takeover of the human rights movement started long before the current administration, and should not be simply dismissed because of American political polarization.
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.
Among advocates for Turkey's minorities, Osman Kavala is a secular saint.
This administration has exceeded all expectations in finding committed and youthful originalists and textualists and getting them into black robes.
Socialism in Georgia, and will businesses dole out COVID shots to employees? Plus Jamie Dimon weighs in on COVID bailout talks. He has a plan.
Unlike Donald Trump, Joe Biden will be a predictable interlocutor for most countries in the Middle East, including those not particularly glad to see him in the White House.
American higher education needs a wrecking ball—not a bailout.
Nuclear cooperation between the U.S., Israel, the UAE and Saudi Arabia could help prevent a cascade of Middle Eastern nuclear proliferation.
The Euro-federalist consensus in Brussels is no doubt solid, but so is the determination of Poles and Hungarians not to be bullied.
Under Gov. Kate Brown's mandate, you can have no more than six people in one home and they cannot represent more than two households.