And Joe Biden’s State of the Union pitch to lower drug prices won’t change that.
When half the country has lost its sense of pity for fellow citizens, and the ruling class reserves pity only for themselves and faraway lands, what can be left of American civilization?
As conservatives who fought against the scourge of communism and the Soviet Union, what is the best response now that the Cold War has been replaced with a hot war?
Putin is not Hitler, and this is not the beginning of World War III. Temper your emotions and your hot takes, accordingly.
This shark smells blood—lots of it.
We only remain in NATO and have involved ourselves in the current Ukraine mess because of our quixotic goal of remaining the sole superpower, which is rather ironically making us weaker.
The war in Ukraine is none of America’s business. Censorship and administrative edicts here at home are.
Our leaders are fixated on subverting nations with values they find inconvenient, but are willing to tolerate bad actors they find useful.
Forgotten in the Left’s hypocrisy on Russia is the terrible damage done to American security, institutions, and the lives of innocents.
U.S. statecraft is driven by the arrogance of power and delusions of ideological superiority, as well as by self-serving elite concerns.
There’s a reason the administration is silent about Cuba’s dissidents.
It will take more than the Biden Administration’s soaring rhetoric to restore the robustness and resolve necessary to deter or, if need be, defeat China.
The hearts of our leaders are hollow. Who can fault Americans if they will not follow those leaders to war?
Two things the United States should keep in dealing with Vladimir Putin and Russia as well as a once in a lifetime opportunity to promote peace.
Should the United States lose the new space race, it will lose the Earth.
America can’t, and shouldn’t, get involved in a war with China unless its own territory or core interest is at stake.
Western officials have stated their opposition to Russia’s actions and demands, but one thing is clear: the crisis in Ukraine is no longer about Ukraine, if ever it really was.
If you liked how Joe Biden bungled the Afghanistan withdrawal, you're gonna be thrilled with his Ukrainian sequel.
A military escalation over the Ukraine would be unjust and dangerous.
In both the short and long term, a foreign policy of prudent American realism is the best hope for assuring the freedom, security, and prosperity of the United States.