Japan’s general election gave Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), along with its coalition partner Komeito, a majority in both Houses of the Diet. The international community now wonders if the electoral success may embolden the Prime Minister to pursue his agenda more aggressively.
Riley WaltersJuly 26, 2016
After Pastor Mark Burns’ prayer at the Republican National Convention, church leaders must teach when imprecatory prayer is appropriate—and when it is not.
Gideon StraussJuly 22, 2016
In a rambling column otherwise focused on the November elections, Thomas Friedman revisited one of his favorite themes: his odd and unsettling affinity for autocracy.
Alan DowdJuly 21, 2016
The historic English speaking world hasn’t had a military coup in over 350 years since Oliver Cromwell dispersed the Long…
Mark TooleyJuly 19, 2016
The founders of our nation strove to embody disinterestedness. Rather than seeking personal gain in terms of economic benefit or advancement of your own faction or tribe, disinterestedness pushed citizens to seek the good of the republic and its wellbeing, thereby securing the liberty of the citizenry through participation.
Daniel StrandJuly 19, 2016
The new international thriller film Our Kind of Traitor, based on a 2010 novel by master spy raconteur John LeCarré, is surprisingly inspiring.
Mark TooleyJuly 12, 2016
July 4 marked the 40th anniversary of Israel’s daring rescue of hijacked airline passengers captive to Palestinian and German terrorists…
Mark TooleyJuly 6, 2016
Nationalism is not always jingoism
Marc LiVeccheJuly 1, 2016
As anyone who has glanced at the news or stock market knows, Britain has voted for Brexit. Here’s a look at some consequences and next steps.
Mark MeltonJune 24, 2016