In France, right-wing populist party National Front continues to garner support, despite critics who say it punishes detractors and silences the press. The party tailors its ideology to fit different populations; in the French Rust Belt, it has gained favor…
By PBS NewsHour
The challenges we face as a nation today are different than those faced by Reagan and other conservative standard-bearers. If we want to attract voters again, we should follow Reagan’s example and think creatively about answering the challenges set before…
By April Ponnuru
Ted Cruz is trying to position himself as an electable conservative alternative to Donald Trump and Ben Carson.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Recently, chilling videos surfaced online of young University of Oklahoma students, members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, reciting a racially-charged chant. The story appeared surprising for numerous reasons. Among them, education is supposed to reduce racial resentment (or…
By Sean McElwee
Tensions are on the rise in Egypt between Muslim and Coptic Christian factions and these religious divisions have begun to escalate to violence. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Cairo.
William F. Buckley, Jr. -- a commentator and author credited with helping found the modern American conservative movement -- died Wednesday at age 82. Paul Gigot, the Wall Street Journal's editorial page editor, reflects on Buckley's legacy.
Filmmaker CC Goldwater, tells the story of her late grandfather Barry Goldwater, the Arizona senator and one-time candidate for president through a documentary to air on HBO.
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