Jacob Heilbrunn is editor of The National Interest.
It was a brilliant move for Trump to skip the debate.
The tonal differences between Clinton and Sanders are stronger than the substantive ones.
The extent to which Trump has reshaped the race is extraordinary.
Can the South Carolina governor’s message shift the GOP’s center of gravity?
The country continues to approach its dark past in a sober and serious fashion.
For Hillary Clinton the inattention amounts to lack of controversy, which is exactly what she wants.
The bibliotaph behind one of the greatest private libraries on socialism and Judaism gets his own biography.
Ousting Rhodes is hardly the best way to approach the matter of his historical record.
"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."
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