Opinion

Bumbling Biden’s G-7 and NATO summit performance only boosts US, Euro foes

It’s been all smiles and cheers for Joe Biden on his first foreign tour rolling out a foreign-policy agenda focused…

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Facing China means spending more on defense, Joe —not just pre-K and windmills

President Biden isn’t known for austerity, except when it comes to defense. As part of his (welcome) emphasis on competition with…

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Opinion | The Tin Can Sailors of World War II

James D. Hornfischer, a historian of the U.S. Navy, died June 2 at 55. The costs borne by Navy sailors…

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Opinion | Leaving Afghan Allies Behind

By The Editorial Board Close The Editorial Board June 14, 2021 6:38 pm ET Afghan former interpreters for the U.S.…

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Letters to the Editor — June 15, 2021

The Issue: Rep. Ilhan Omar’s comments comparing the United States and Israel to terrorist groups. If the Democrats are to…

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Opinion | What Happened to the Broadway Bailout?

On Friday this column noted the predictable result that after lawmakers and central bankers initiated a multitrillion-dollar flood of Covid-related…

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Opinion | University Vaccine Mandates Violate Medical Ethics

Some 450 U.S. colleges and universities—including our institutions—have announced policies mandating that all students be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 before…

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American moms are taking a stand against Critical Race Theory: Devine

The sleeping giant of the American Mom has been awakened and is “filled with a terrible resolve,” as Japanese Adm.…

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Benjamin Netanyahu’s reckoning a sour ending for a transformative prime minister

Benjamin Netanyahu showed the opposite of grace as he exited from power on Sunday. Source

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What will NYC’s mayor-in-waiting do with six months from election to office?

Gotham’s 10 days of voting for mayor started on Saturday. Even in a close race, we will know the winner…

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