After Ralph Buchalter contracted HIV in the 1980s, he didn’t expect to survive. Or to become a father.
By portraying Diana as the perfect victim, the Netflix gem turns a flawed, fascinating woman into a mawkish caricature of goodness.
Sixty years after the assassination of a president, the myth of the martyr-savior lives on.
‘As the helicopters carrying the released hostages landed, traffic stopped. People got out of their cars and broke into song.’
Geert Wilders’ landslide victory in the Netherlands has shocked Europe. It didn’t shock Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Evelyn Markus.
Years of U.S. appeasement have failed. It’s time for a dramatic change of course.
Neville Roy Singham and his wife Jodie Evans are China propagandists—and a primary source of the fury exploding on our streets.
When the state failed in its most basic duties, ordinary Israelis stepped into the breach with solidarity, selflessness, and sacrifice.
At a Free Palestine rally, Ben Kawaller meets the war protesters who’d rather give violence a chance.
My speech at the Federalist Society’s Barbara K. Olson Memorial lecture.
Critics say cops aren't enforcing the law fairly. Cops say they are scared to.