Plus: United Nations goes to bat for Julian Assange and Slack censors chat with Iranians.
NeverTrump conservatives flock to 62-year-old Maryland governor whose foreign policy views are a blank slate.
One year after Net Neutrality, connection speed is up, the discrimination critics feared is non-existent, and the debate about Internet regulation is abysmal.
Thaddeus Russell, Katherine Mangu-Ward, & Nick Gillespie talk Syria, Wilsonian foreign policy, and whether PBS Kids makes good soldiers.
The 'Foreign Agent' author flirts with a "Salman Rushdie moment," doubles down on his #NeverTrump, #NeverHillary stance, and explains how America has "cancer."
Is Trump's new campaign ad just more high-level trolling of his foes, or another sign that we can't rightly expect a peaceful, non-bellicose Trump administration?
79-year-old senator wants you to know he feels very bad about the presidential candidate he made possible, yet still won't join Neocons 4 Hillary because he has to win another re-election
Trump shares many things with mainline conservatism.
National Review writer blames U.S. bombing of hospital in Kunduz on...Taliban
What we saw at the Rally Against the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Diplomacy is the only remotely effective option for curbing Iran's nuclear program
Lindsey Graham: 'Rand Paul has been more wrong on ISIS than Obama has.'
Is this really the best you've got, warmongers?
Fronts in the battle for the GOP's foreign-policy vision
Both sides seem all-too-capable of repeating the same mistakes again.
Freedom vs. not so much
The Weekly Standard's editor has a selective memory.
Will the president cut and run?