Jacob Heilbrunn is editor of The National Interest.
"Where will the impulse to purge the past of its sins end? Should Washington, DC, named after a slave owner, adopt a new title? Should the Jefferson memorial be torn down?"
" As the Republican candidates savage one another, Clinton will most likely cruise in rather boring fashion to the finish line, husbanding her resources for the main battle."
'Hollande’s forceful statement makes it clear that there will be no diminution in the battle against the Islamic State. Hollande has become a war president."
Did Trump 'tower' over the competition? Did Rand find his voice? What about Rubio?
Last night's event showed how neoconservatives remain the dominant foreign policy force in the Republican party.
The raucous atmosphere at the Coors Center may end up serving the eventual nominee well. For Rubio and Cruz it gave them the opportunity to shine.
The GOP’s current identity crisis is the product of a long tradition of conservative insurgency.
One thing seems certain: the new Clinton that emerged last night is unlikely to be taken down by House Republicans poring over her emails.
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