The justices reined in the regulatory state.
The Supreme Court’s unanimity wasn’t just spurious. It was injurious.
The government decided that ‘Redskins’ bothers you.
It claims to want frugality yet won’t vote for it.
The judiciary should assist in reversing his executive aggressions.
Iraq’s crisis poses a huge challenge for the GOP.
Opposition to the EU is tainted by xenophobia.
How will the House majority leader’s defeat affect other Republicans?
Academia has long championed progressivism. Now it is the left’s victim.
Obama ignores the law — again — by handing over five terrorists.
Thom Tillis has his argument against Sen. Kay Hagan.
It is no surprise that over-regulation has limited job growth and hampered the dreams of new college graduates.
The 2016 candidate the nation really needs.
Spurred by the Supreme Court, courts are mowing down restrictions on campaign finance measures.
The high cost of Lyndon Johnson’s grand project.
Illinois’ gubernatorial election offers stark choices in a weary state.
Judge halts a Wis. investigation that targeted conservatives.
Irritable and litigious Americans show their intolerance of religious displays.
The Obamacare “tax” could spell its doom.
The tax bureaucracy seizes innocent citizens’ assets.
George Will writes a twice-weekly column on politics and domestic and foreign affairs. He began his column with The Post in 1974, and he received the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1977. He is also a contributor to FOX News’ daytime and primetime programming. His books include: “One Man’s America: The Pleasures and Provocations of Our Singular Nation ” (2008), “Restoration: Congress, Term Limits and the Recovery of Deliberative Democracy” (1992), “Men at Work: The Craft of Baseball” (1989), “The New Season: A Spectator’s Guide to the 1988 Election” (1987) and “Statecraft as Soulcraft” (1983). Will grew up in Champaign, Ill., attended Trinity College and Oxford University and received a Ph.D. from Princeton.