Xi Jinping should have entered San Francisco’s Apec conference with his tail between his legs, but instead has emerged as something closer to the king of the world.
Even as he seeks a middle ground between supporting Israel’s military actions and the ceasefire demanded by his ‘progressive’ anti-Israel allies, Joe Biden seems to be pleasing very few.
Europe is in decline; hemmed in by dismal demographics, high taxes, suffocating regulation, and an entrenched bureaucracy that makes California seem like a libertarian paradise.
Democrats should think twice about Gavin Newsom; the California governor is a textbook case of gentry progressivism and its disastrous implications for working- and middle-class people.
Previous struggles were won not only thanks to good political and military leadership, but also by the sheer force of industrial power; is the West ready for another world war?
For decades, China and Middle Eastern autocracies have been pouring billions of dollars into American and other foreign universities.
Faced with increasing antisemitism, will Jews retreat into a more separate existence—a ghetto of the spirit—in exchange for being left alone?
Does the silence of Hollywood and Silicon Valley Jews on Israel stem from the reflexively progressive politics that dominate California?
Samuel Huntington’s 2011 book, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, predicted the cultural and religious clashes that are driving war today.
Our national security, and that of our allies, depends on energy security. Energy is the economy. We forget these realities at our extreme peril.