Dec 13, 2018
As Christmas approaches, the thoughts of Democrats should be of resurrecting themselves, not of crucifying an enemy so maddeningly invulnerable to their murderous rage. The Democrats are now on suicide watch.
Dec 10, 2018
The revelations of the last few days are, though disguised, the crash in ignominy of the Robert Mueller putsch.
Dec 6, 2018
Brussels micro-regulates everything. The Germans are accustomed to regimentation; the French and Italians ignore all government. The British like to be law-abiding but will not tolerate authoritarianism. Global stability requires Western Europe rediscover its talent for self-government.
Dec 4, 2018
Not every president is Lincoln, Washington, or Roosevelt (of either party). The president the nation now mourns was a fine and admirable man and leader, a brave patriot, and a great gentleman. Service was his honor. He deserves admiration.
Nov 30, 2018
The purists who imagine that if everything is hinged on holding others to ideal standards, the United States can conduct any foreign policy at all beyond tourism, a little trade, and a few cultural agreements are dreaming.
Nov 20, 2018
Since Mr. Kupfer and I agree on the environmental objective and the need to move cautiously, and because he did not demur in the slightest from my disparagement of the renewable-energy chimera, I am at a loss to identify our cavil.
Nov 14, 2018
President Trump has not received adequately grateful recognition for withdrawing from the Paris climate accord and effectively scuttling the Clean Power Plan.
Nov 12, 2018
Trump’s enemies, having not seriously considered a Trump victory two years ago, made the supreme effort to sandbag him this time. Just as they thought he would not be nominated, or elected, or able to escape impeachment for more than a year or so.