The State Department’s Commission on Unalienable Rights reveals an animus against natural liberties that betrays an aspiration to expand the reach of government even further.
President Trump’s plan to reduce the U.S. military footprint in Germany points to even more significant aspects of his foreign policy inclinations.
No work is better suited to our times than Henrik Ibsen’s 1882 drama An Enemy of the People, with its laser-sharp focus on the core questions of power and corruption, science, and mass deception.
State sovereignty is the best chance we have to fend off adversaries. We defend our freedom by exercising power through the state, not through global illusions or cozy provincialism.