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by | Nov 13, 2022

Republicans are reeling after the recent midterm elections, in which they underperformed expectations. Most of them don’t have a clue why this happened. Numerous lame explanations have been suggested: Democrats have mastered ballot harvesting and mail-in voting better than Republicans;…

by | Nov 12, 2022

So long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all questions for the time being. — Franz Kafka I started volunteering at a soup kitchen a few years before the pandemic. The program that I volunteered for…

by | Nov 10, 2022

As protests rage across Iran, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim–Christian Understanding (ACMCU) Honorary Fellow and perennial think tanker Shireen T. Hunter assured her audience that American policymakers “know that Iran doesn’t have that kind of capacity” to develop…

by | Nov 6, 2022

Americans are deeply (and rightly) concerned about high energy prices. All we have to do is look across the Atlantic to see how grim life can be when there is an acute energy shortage. Clearly, an intelligent energy policy should…

by | Oct 30, 2022

France’s President Emmanuel Macron may have a penchant for ambivalence — he often adds en meme temps (“at the same time”) to a declarative sentence — but, on the matter of Armageddon, he is unambiguous, as in his remarks on…

by | Oct 29, 2022

It isn’t every day that the French president and the bishop of Rome are accused of trafficking in stolen goods, but that is precisely what happened earlier this week. During an hour-long Oct. 24 private audience in the Vatican’s Secretariat…

by | Oct 23, 2022

Medical school education in the United States is top notch, with a wide range of excellent teaching institutions that hand out thousands of medical degrees each year. I remember my own years at the University of Louisville School of Medicine…

by | Oct 22, 2022

Russian President Vladimir Putin first took power in 2000. He succeeded Boris Yeltsin in Russia’s first peaceful transition of power from one democratically elected leader to the next — ever. It was a historic moment for Russia. Putin, however, had…

by | Oct 20, 2022

In the age of disappearing Snapchat messages, Insta stories, and 280-character tweets, it is reasonable to ask why building lasting monuments matters. It matters because in this sea of 21st-century distraction, we must be pulled out of our everyday lives…

by | Oct 9, 2022

This week Department of Justice (DOJ) Special Counsel John Durham will begin presenting evidence in the trial of Igor Danchenko, the serial liar whom the FBI used as its “source” to justify spying on the Trump campaign. Durham has already…

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