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For Presidents' Day, the final word on the "insanity episode" of Mary Todd Lincoln.
In his confident new book, which is being released today, our publisher Alfred Regnery chronicles just how far the right has come.
A book by Harvard's new president looks at the pall of death that was the Civil War.
A conversation with Theodore Dalrymple, author of In Praise of Prejudice.
A conservative comeback requires adapting to new problems, not new principles.
The close-talking candidate is auditioning for the part of the next Al Gore.
During his long career, Billy Graham was a great preacher but a less great spiritual adviser to the presidents.
The Democratic Party was once the home of social conservatives. Can they go home again?
Carol Platt Liebau assesses the damage a sexualized culture does to young women.
John Bolton's long-awaited memoir is finally out -- and it doesn't disappoint one bit.