Biden Administration

“The Time Has Come”: Moving From Ukrainian Survival to Sovereignty

The time has come to allow Ukraine to defend herself properly. Half-measures, which up until now have characterized Western strategy, are not enough.

The Weakness is the Point in American Foreign Policy

The Biden administration’s weakness abroad is part of a targeted appeal to its progressive base at home

Who Watches the Watchers?: The Trouble with Independent Prosecutors

Between Robert Mueller and Robert Hur, independent prosecutors are becoming more common. But who are they accountable to?

Hard Realities, Tough Choices on Controlling Undocumented Immigration on the Border

The situation at the border is undeniably a crisis, and whatever course of action America pursues will be fraught with difficulty

The Political Sermons We Need in 2024

Pastors cannot ignore the political climate and must instead work through it

The Abraham Accords Are Not Dead

Rumors of the demise of the Abraham Accords have been greatly exaggerated

Child Sex Trafficking, Open Borders, and America’s Foundations

Child sex trafficking is ineluctably tied up with America’s open borders, which cannot be fixed if Americans do not believe in America itself

The Biden Administration’s Cascading Crises

With every foreign policy failure, America falls further into a negative feedback loop

It’s Not the Economy, Stupid: Azerbaijan and Armenia

The conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia is primarily about religion and history, and only secondarily economics