A conversation with “Rescuing Socrates” author Roosevelt Montás on why liberal education is more important than ever — and why the left and right are both wrong about what today’s students should learn.
Robert A. George
Will a free-speech absolutist make the platform better or worse? That’s a personal question.
The GOP's conservative base must explain its loyalty to a leader who falsely claims election fraud and now is pretending he was an obstacle to Putin instead of an enabler.
If the former vice president’s nerves need shoring up after speaking out against Trump, he might take inspiration from the ex-Dolphins coach who sued the football league for racism.
After months of damaging internal bickering, the president needs to unite his party behind more realistic legislative goals and refocus voters' attention on the GOP's failings.
Democrats and Republicans disagree about what a return to normalcy would look like, so they should just focus on the basics of governing.
A Q&A with St. John’s College president Mark Roosevelt on how the school has thrived by reducing tuition — and why elite colleges are failing to expand opportunity for disadvantaged students.
Why has one of the most prominent athletes of his generation been so reticent about a critical issue facing the Black community?
The state’s restrictive abortion law threatens to destroy an uneasy truce among several factions of the conservative movement.
The best way to protect voting rights is to pass a law narrowly focused on protecting voting rights.
The South Carolina senator’s optimistic vision answers the racists and nativists in both parties.
The latest video of a traffic stop gone horribly wrong has eerie parallels to an episode from 75 years ago.
The state's effort to suppress the vote was supercharged by the former president's conspiracy theories about voter fraud.