1983—Eight years after the New Jersey supreme court (in Mount Laurel I) read into the state constitution an obligation on the part of each city to use its land-use regulations to “make realisticall…
1983—Eight years after the New Jersey supreme court (in Mount Laurel I) read into the state constitution an obligation on the part of each c
Conservatives often say: “Nice idea, but we can’t afford it.” Reality is closer to the opposite: We can afford it, but it’s a terrible idea
It appears that most of the teenagers in this video are from a Catholic high school near Covington, Kentucky, across the Ohio River from Cin
It showed an understandable desire to try to shake something loose. Trump has political ownership of the shutdown — because he claimed it —
This weekend, Americans traveled from across the country to Washington, D.C., to participate in the March for Life and the Women’s March by
It is long past time that the public was told exactly what the president is alleged to have done.
The junior senator from Hawaii has revealed her ignorance of the Constitution and her enmity for our country’s tradition of religious freedo
In my post below, I noted how we should be cautious about the BuzzFeed report, a point that didn’t require any insight. Now the special coun
1972—The judicial takeover of school funding in New Jersey commences as state trial judge Theodore Botter rules (in Robinson v. Cahill) that
Highlights of the landscape, architecture, and artwork at the museum in Potomac, Md.
In the new Leaders: Myth and Reality, history outshines theory despite the best efforts of McChrystal and his co-authors.
We weren’t just tourists in Florence. We were Dante tourists. Dante Alighieri is everywhere in Florence. It’s like the city never banished h
From seven dwarfs to twenty Smurfs
Father James Schall with meditations for the living.
The thoughtfully landscaped meadows and spacious galleries prime the viewer for an open-minded approach to modern art.
A spokesman for special counsel Robert Mueller took the unusual step Friday of publicly correcting an inaccurate report pertaining to the in
Charlie and Kevin discuss the media, infant mortality rates, and much more.
You’ve technically died a little bit since you’ve started reading this, because we’re all technically dying a little bit with each passing m
People still talk about Back to the Future and Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Princess Bride (but not E.T., the biggest hit of the 1980s).
Threatening flyers distributed around George Washington University’s campus couldn’t discourage a conservative student organization from hos
An LA teachers strike, state finance officials call for a cultural revolution inside corporations, and a California solution to the federal
Whatever the significance of the BuzzFeed story, it’s not that Trump is getting impeached. That was going to happen regardless.
National solidarity is awesome — when it’s on your terms.
A president can be held accountable by his own government.
I Know What I’m Getting Charlie Cooke for Christmas This Year