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Jacob Heilbrunn is the editor of the National Interest and a Spectator contributing editor. He is also the author of They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons.
Lee Morgan was searching for a new musical path forward, following but not retreading the bebop era
By Jacob Heilbrunn
The media hyped it as the next potential Capitol riot but Washington has rarely been more peaceful
The group has not changed its stripes. Quite the contrary
Rather than conveying weakness, Biden projected resolve
The Belarusian opposition leader is Washington’s ‘It Girl’
It would be splendid to have Trump back in Washington even if only for the month of August
No matter his personal woes, Evans almost always vouchsafed his listeners something not merely to dig but to cherish
Poor Chet Baker. He really was born to be blue
The President’s decades-long experience in Washington is serving him well
Biden dumped his bipartisan promises overboard in order to score a victory
How costly is the Texas senator’s trip to Cancun?
Which is the bigger long-term risk for Republican senators?
Remain unmoved to the songs on Lifeline and you’re made of much sterner stuff
Trump’s reputation will not
The Democrats have sanctioned a new round of impeachment
Underestimate Joe Biden at your peril
What does the future hold for Donald Trump?
Is America overstimulated?
Along came Bill Evans
A DC evening with Svetlana Tikhanovskaya
Ted Cruz’s moment in the sun
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