The Diminishing Returns of American Exceptionalism Moralizing during the Cold War yielded real benefits. Today, it may be much less of an asset.
Morality is Impossible Without Power Empty posturing leads to the weakening of what we hold most dear.
How Liberal Triumphalism Breeds Passivity History is not progressive, and victory for our side is not assured.
Why America Needs Hypocrisy Honest cynicism is a far worse alternative.
The Pointlessness of Playing the Victim Why Hamas' strategy of showcasing civilian suffering remains a loser.
I'm Angry About Palestine. Should You Be? A people may lose a war, but they should never be treated as less than human.
There Are No Global Solutions to Global Problems Biden doesn't get this. His presidency will suffer as a result.
The Case Against Consensus Democracy's greatest strength has little to do with getting along and much more to do with chaos and uncertainty.
Between Brussels and Jerusalem In defining our national security too broadly, we reveal a contempt for the nation-state.
To Attack the Founding Christianity isn't the only thing in decline. So too is American pride. Without either, what is there left to fall back on?