It would be a fitting capstone to the first presidency in a half-century to recognize the PRC for the arch-foe that it is.
The time is now to resolve to rectify what no other American president has had the courage to rectify. Trump should claim the $2 trillion China owes Americans and put America first.
Climate change is a national security threat—but not in the way the national security elite assumes.
We cannot let these oligarchs compel our national suicide to boost the gross domestic product.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was established in 1949 to promote the containment of the Soviet Union, but it lacks such a clear purpose today.
However well-intended, the Hong Kong People’s Freedom and Choice Act will not preserve freedom for Hong Kong. It will only empower Beijing and undermine our own vital interests.
What’s behind the inconsistencies between Trump’s words and his actions on so many policies? A good place to start looking is at Jared Kushner’s Office of American Innovation.
Rather than adhere to what is factually and legally correct, anti-borders activists are working diligently to change the public’s perceptions about those who violate our laws.
Our competitors abroad can never beat us on innovation—unless we continue to shoot ourselves in the foot.
We have no excuse for not finally waking up to the threat that China poses.
There is hope that Joe Biden will pause before jettisoning policies that have advanced peace in the Middle East more effectively than anything since Camp David in 1978.
We have to face reality and fight the good fight effectively on the terrain on which we now find ourselves. Ordinary politics are essentially over.
The etiquette of deferring to age has to give way for a time until age again defers to youth and the future.
Oblivious to the logical and moral contradictions inherent in their special pleading, some Jews work toward rightist political prescriptions for Israelis but leftist prescriptions for Americans.
Unions in the United States should reassess their political allegiances.
One can lie about “collusion” with impunity. But to speak the truth about collusion is to be smeared as “xenophobic,” “racist,” and “nativist.”
The question for every policymaker should be how to restart a new period of national vitality. Narrowly focused gains in information technology won’t do it—neither will fiscal stimulus.
Without a firm commitment from the president-elect, religious-freedom advocates fear the delicate work of the past four years could all evaporate.
Our immigration policy should prioritize the dogged preservation of America’s free-thinking, free-praying, free-speaking, and free-opportunity traditions as the greatest global ideal.
All thoughtful Americans wish to resume a bipartisan consensus on principal foreign policy issues.