Del Berg, age 100, died last week, reputedly the last of several thousand Americans who fought in the 1930s Spanish…
Mark TooleyMarch 7, 2016
Seventy years ago today Winston Churchill gave his Iron Curtain Speech, articulating what is obvious today but was not fully…
Mark TooleyMarch 5, 2016
Can you imagine an American president today greeted by hundreds of thousands with acclaim and American flags as he rides…
Mark TooleyFebruary 28, 2016
The first of a five-part epistolary exchange between the actor Richard Dreyfuss and Providence associate editor Susannah Black exploring such issues as the potential of civics education to combat the appeal of groups like ISIS, the place of religion in public life, and the roots of the ideas of the American founding.
Susannah BlackFebruary 25, 2016
Europe may cross the Rubicon on June 23 when the United Kingdom votes on whether to remain in or leave the European Union. The US should consider how Brexit could affect American foreign policy.
Mark MeltonFebruary 22, 2016
In every year of Mr. Obama’s presidency, without exception, the cause of freedom has been in retreat around the world.
Joseph LoconteFebruary 15, 2016
Last week a delegation of delightful South Korean students visited our office. They all stood respectfully when I arrived, took…
Mark TooleyFebruary 1, 2016
For America today to truly be America, it must be the world’s leading proponent of human rights at home and abroad. It is when it answers this great national vocation (first glimpsed by the nation’s founders) that America most fully gives expression to what, in seed, it has been from the very start.
Gideon StraussJanuary 28, 2016
Before the UK’s General Election in May 2015, the opinion polls had “herded” into a consensus, but they were very wrong. A recent inquiry explains why.
Mark MeltonJanuary 27, 2016