Andy Smarick is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute.
Innovation is in order, and leaders like Ben Sasse are well-poised to carry that out.
It might seem like schools have been caught up in the culture wars, but an analysis of 2022 campaigns and election results shows that we can expect slow and steady reforms.
‘Should it be overturned?’ is not the key question.
Despite the attention that teachers unions have generated, surveys show that parents have been reluctant to rush back to in-person instruction.
Originalism's value isn't just in its dedication to old texts, but in how it honors the democratic will of the people.
Expect a further expansion of executive branch authority.