When Herbert Hoover left the White House, he remained intensely interested in world affairs, devoting much of the rest of his life to the struggle against collectivism.
From the memoirs of Helena Paderewska, wife of the celebrated pianist, a scene of festivity and farewell in the summer of 1914.
In a tale stranger than any movie, Lawrence of Arabia lived the role of a lifetime.
Martin Luther King’s dream—to be judged by the content of one’s character—is still just a dream.
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There was nothing fleeting about the legacy of Ronald Reagan, and conservatives—of all people—must never forget that.
The Civil War general was a prophet not of total war, as his critics charge, but of conclusive war.
Senator Rand Paul on libertarianism and the GOP; the Senate; and the Constitution. An interview with PETER ROBINSON.
Until we clear up what we want from immigrants, we’ll never clear up immigration policy.