Tyrants and terrorists deserve the blame for their atrocities, but we cannot ignore those who acknowledge injustice and do nothing, either.
The decision’s “coercion test” has guided key lower-court religious freedom cases over the past year.
Choosing to ignore entire categories of crimes or criminals is a threat to the separation of powers.
What America can learn from a 20th-century British political cartoon character.
A new book that blames Ronald Reagan and economic resentment misses the real cause.
With the outcome of the 1876 election up in the air months after Election Day, Sen. Roscoe Conkling delivered an address that helped ward off an electoral crisis.
Blanket forgiveness would be unfair as well as inflationary. There are more practical solutions.
Our partisan factions' hunt for political heretics is growing more mainstream.
Joe Biden seeks to resurrect some of Obama’s guidance adjudication of sexual assault claims on campus.
The events January 6 were not in the spirit of 1776. They were more akin to 1793.