In the New Republic, Michael Kazin looks to the legacies of past presidents to determine how Obama’s presidency will be viewed, at a..
Supreme Court decisions are always drenched in historical precedent. Justices look to previous decisions from similar cases to guide their..
In the New Republic, David Schenker looks at the the United States’ options in dealing with President Bashar Assad’s violent..
In the National Review, Andrew McCarthy addresses some of the antagonism towards sharia law by pointing to the highly religious history of..
Addressing the possibility of a government shutdown, Nicholas Kristof writes in the New York Times that the shutdown that stemmed from a..
In the New York Times, Paul Krugman evokes lessons from the Great Depression to remind policymakers of the dangers of government inaction..
In an op-ed piece in the New York Times, Nicholas Kristof uses data from Jennifer Wright Knust’s book “Unprotected Texts: The..