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New 'horror' movie shows why Americans still so scared

Next week, when Democrats gather for their first televised debate, they are almost certain to discuss the state of America's economy. Becaus


Why I Invited Marc Maron to Speak at Princeton University

Several months ago, I decided to invite the comedian Marc Maron, host of the popular podcast WTF and the star of the television show Maron,


Are the House Republicans imploding?

Many people think that the congressional Republicans are imploding. The surprising resignation of Speaker John Boehner has generated numerou


After Trump, will GOP accept higher taxes?

Donald Trump has managed to open up a serious debate within Republican politics. His call to eliminate a tax break that protects the wealth


Rivals figure out how to undercut Trump

In the first half of the CNN Republican debate Wednesday, Donald Trump succeeded in his basic campaign strategy: make the entire contest abo


17 Democrats Ran for President in 1976. Can Today’s GOP Learn Anything From What Happened?

With 17 candidates in the race to become the Republican presidential nominee, many have mused that the contest looks more like a Ringling Br


We’re Losing the War Against ISIS in Iraq

Senior Future of War Fellow David Kilcullen wrote an article for the National Interest about the war against ISIS.


Does Hillary have to run against Bill?

From the moment her campaign started, Hillary Clinton has been struggling with the legacy of her husband. Besides the obvious ways in which


Who will grab the millennial vote?

Millennials bring a lot to the table. Though they will be difficult to reach, they are a generation that has survived through incredible cha


The 2014 campaign is a campaign about nothing

Is it that politicians have run out of ideas? No – as with so much else in modern politics, it’s deeply and directly related to the fact tha