War and the media — the two have not partnered so well since Vietnam...
In case you hadn't heard, Barack Obama said something about nukes today...
On Monday, former senator Fred Thompson spent half a day at the Hoover Institution, discussing policy with a roomful of Hoover fellows...
Conservatives are feeling glum about the crop of Republican presidential contenders...
The U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands Peter Hoekstra has been under attack from the mainstream media after pointing out how mass migration has caused major problems for the country.
(28:05) Hoover Institution fellow Thomas Sowell discusses his new book Discrimination and Disparities.
Last week I linked to the McClatchy story by Peter Stone and Greg Gordon reporting that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has evidence that Michael Cohen — President Trump’s personal lawyer — visited Prague in the summer of 2016, just as it says right there in the dodgy Steele Dossier.
Last week, I attended an event at the American Enterprise Institute. It was a podcast summit which was a joint venture between AEI and Ricochet. I watched several podcasts taped live, and while they were all informative and entertaining, the crown jewel was an interview with Defense Secretary James Mattis.
You don’t get the nickname “Mad Dog” by being a shrinking violet in interviews — and a whole room of people at the American Enterprise Institute found that out the hard way this week.
The SFJazz Center was sold out for Monday’s onstage discussion, “Perspective With the Honorable George P. Shultz,” which featured the elder statesman speaking with Peter Schwartz, senior vice president of Salesforce.com.
British politics is in a state of degradation not seen for decades, with both main political parties divided among themselves, engaging in solipsistic infighting while the country burns.
November 9th marked the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall — and the precipitous disintegration of the tyrannical Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and its East Block gulags.
In the Age of Discontinuity, published by Harper & Row at the height of the Vietnam War and some 25 years after the end of World War Two, management guru Peter Drucker wrote about managing change when there is a total disconnect between the past as we perceive it and the present evolving into the future. . . .
Egypt’s minorities, long persecuted, are counting on the U.S. president to defend religious freedom.
John Yoo, who served as deputy assistant attorney general under George W. Bush, introduces his latest book, Crisis and Command. . . .
Victor Davis Hanson discusses error and war, including the errors made in the War in Iraq. . . .
Fouad Ajami says history will be immensely kind to George W. Bush and his decision to go to war in Iraq...
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter says the Obama administration has so far acted responsibly in Iraq and Afghanistan...
In his first major television interview with Al-Arabiya, President Obama declared that his foreign policy would be different from his predecessor’s...