“Hillbilly Elegy,” the Ron Howard directed biopic based on J.D. Vance’s best-selling memoir is out in theaters and on Netflix. Vance talks with Chris Buskirk […]
A new survey by Susquehanna Polling and Research for the Center for American Greatness shows the Democratic nominee leading President Trump, 46-43 percent.
A new Center for American Greatness survey finds President Trump leading Joe Biden in battleground Nevada.
“The Man in the Arena” tells the story of a man in full. Roger Ailes was energetic, ambitious, unorthodox, creative, brilliant, charming, disarming, and a bunch of other things that made all kinds of different people yell, at critical moments, “Get Ailes!”
Republicans take note: voters across the political spectrum have woken up to the dangers of relying on foreign supply chains for critical products.
Let this be the moment we show that America is still capable of solving big problems.
The “experts” Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to hire to help New York reopen have a history of doing little more than helping failing institutions fail in style while growing rich in the process.
It’s a sign of institutional failure and a lack of cultural vitality that we resort to the most draconian, most primitive response to a virus. And instead of science, we get scientism—the ritualistic display of competence rather than truth. We can and must do better.
The best way for those concerned about government overreach to get what they want is to see this crisis end quickly. And that means in part, putting the right tools in the hands of those who need them.
Our ordinary lives and routines have been upended, but let’s see that as an opportunity to do some good even as we grapple with the very real challenges we’re all facing. It only seems like everything stopped. Life goes on.
Social distancing is nothing compared to a crisis that leads to mass casualties, economic collapse, and a legacy of bad policies that leaves the country weaker than ever before.
China is not just a strategic competitor, it is a hostile foreign power. And by controlling the manufacture of critical healthcare supplies—not just iPhones and toasters—they hold significant power over this country and the rest of the world. And they know how to use it—especially in a time of crisis.
A compelling case could be made that the Chinese miracle is built on lies. It’s Enron times a billion.
The musical adaptation of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem, "Christmas Bells," is gorgeous. But it isn't really about Christmas.
The popular Fox News host has given voice to the most basic—most common-sense—positions. And in return, he has a bullseye on his back.
Thursday night showed that while former Vice President Joe Biden is still the one to beat, Elizabeth Warren remains the most interesting and potentially the most formidable Democrat in the race.
The Right’s environmental politics should be more than a simple negation of whatever the Greens say. That’s insufficient and it’s lazy. Making America beautiful is part of making America great.
The Washington Post defamed a good man in its war on "white nationalism."
All of us share a rich heritage that is under attack. This time it is under attack by a pernicious idea as old as human history. It is the idea with which the serpent tempted Eve, it is the idea that man can be his own god.
Democrats have complained about police brutality for years. The police, they assure us, are out of control. And, the story goes, they have it in […]