Charles Krauthammer, Investor's Business DailyAt the heart of Donald Trump's foreign policy team lies a glaring contradiction. On the one hand, it is composed of men of experience, judgment and traditionalism. Meaning, they are all very much within the parameters of mainstream American internationalism as practiced since 1945. Practically every
Binyamin Appelbaum, New York Times MagazineForget the images of men in hard hats standing before factory gates, of men with coal-blackened faces, of men perched high above New York City on steel beams. The emerging face of the American working class is a Hispanic woman who has never set foot on a factory floor. That’s […]
Frida Ghitis, CNNWith a President and Cabinet who seem to contradict each other, never before has there been a greater need for an official translator of US policies to the world. Yet the State Department is mum, Frida Ghitis says.
Matthew Continetti, Washington Free BeaconDecades of intellectual and political activity preceded the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980. William F. Buckley Jr. founded National Review in 1955. A little less than a decade later, National Revie
Amy Davidson, The New Yorker“Is one of the goals here mass deportation?” a reporter asked Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, on Tuesday, trying to get some clarification on just how broad the scope of President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration enforcement might be. Two implementation memorandums that the Department of Homeland Security […]