The Democratic candidate’s speech repudiated progressives by condemning riots.
For Ramesh Ponnuru's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
My city’s government has closed the entrance to the parking lot of a park near my home in an effort to prevent people from congregating. The main result, as far as I can judge, is that a lot of people are irritating the neighborhood ...
Like Trump before him, the Vermont senator is benefitting from a divided opposition.
The U.S. president's triple threat: high approval rating, stable economy and a united party.
Each side is not only trying to spin the facts, but trying to spin itself as well.
The U.S. Supreme Court chief justice has encountered some buyers' remorse, but that won't stop the confirmation of Trump's latest Supreme Court pick.
Tariffs subsidize narrow interests and for Americans as a whole the record is one of almost unrelieved failure.
The meaning of public symbols is not a private matter
The U.S. left's criticism of GOP lawmakers for not breaking with Trump is hollow and self-serving.
Campus speakers aren't doing violence to undergraduate neurons.