Demographics of Self-Censorship

 Samuel Abrams at AEI: A common refrain on campuses today is that students are likely to self-censor their views and ideas. Looking at the data, this is an experience shared by nearly all students and amongst almost all races. In 2016, when students were asked about...

Threats Against Lawmakers

  Stephanie Lai, Luke Broadwater and Carl Hulse at NYT: Members of Congress in both parties are experiencing a surge in threats and confrontations as a rise in violent political speech has increasingly crossed over into the realm of in-person intimidation and...

A Chilling Historical Parallel

As Putin annexes Ukrainian land, it is worth remembering what Neville Chamberlain said 84 years ago today: “We, the German Führer and Chancellor, and the British Prime Minister, have had a further meeting today and are agreed in recognizing that the question of...

Fallen Journalist Jeff German

At the Las Vegas Review-Jounral, Christopher Lawrence remembers Jeff German, who died this month, allegedly at the hands of a politician he had exposed. German was an old-school journalist in every sense of the word. Cultivating sources. Gaining their trust. Working...

Victims of Communism

Justin Wm. Moyer at WP: Channy Laux, 60, is the granddaughter of a refugee from communist China who fled to Cambodia. She was 13 when the communist Khmer Rouge, which would eventually kill almost 2 million people, took over Cambodia in 1975. Her father and brother...

Why We Are in Ukraine

Andy Busch at Law and Liberty: The real question is whether the United States has a strategic stake in Ukraine at all. The answer is yes.   Most tangibly, a quick glance at a map shows that Ukraine borders no fewer than five NATO countries. Poland, Slovakia,...