Latest from George F. Will
  • Opinion

It may be news to Terry McAuliffe, but Virginia parents have rights

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate objects to criticism of local school boards for infusing public school curricula with “anti-racist” indoctrination favored by many unionized teachers.
  • Oct 15, 2021
  • Opinion

This scrupulous biography of Robert E. Lee is exactly what the country needs

By casting a cool eye on the Confederate general, Allen C. Guelzo allows facts to validate today’s removals of Lee’s name and statues from public buildings and places.
  • Oct 13, 2021
  • Opinion

The woke mob runs into a college teacher who’s fighting back

A case involving UCLA's Anderson School of Management merits special attention because some malicious individuals might be held accountable.
  • Oct 8, 2021
  • Opinion

The Democrats’ progressive caucus, wrong on all else, gets one thing right

The party's leftists are showing a wholesome independence from the executive branch. Too bad they despise two senators with a similar disposition.
  • Oct 6, 2021
  • Opinion

Biden’s China policy is admirable but underfunded

Inexplicably, the Biden administration has responded to China’s increasing coarseness, South China Sea aggressiveness and gusher of military spending by proposing to cut real (inflation-adjusted) U.S. defense spending.
  • Oct 1, 2021
  • Opinion

The Supreme Court has a chance to shed light on a secretive judicial process

The justices will decide next week whether to accept a case asking the court to take responsibility for supervising, and limiting, the practices of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
  • Sep 29, 2021
  • Opinion

How a humble metal box began the most beneficial economic development in human experience

The world economy was utterly transformed by a 1956 technology that few people, accustomed to digital marvels, would count as a technology: the shipping container.
  • Sep 24, 2021
  • Opinion

Democrats seem to forget that LBJ’s Great Society was a gift to the GOP

Proposing trillion-dollar tranches of spending, progressives evidently assume that inflation is forever dormant.
  • Sep 22, 2021
  • Opinion

Facebook, Google and Twitter are the new ‘oligarchy of speech’

The legal system struggles with the First Amendment complexities of Internet-enabled "cheap speech."
  • Sep 17, 2021
  • Opinion

Presidential impatience with covid doesn’t excuse wielding extra-constitutional power

The rule of law is especially important in abnormal times. Otherwise, politicians practicing opportunistic alarmism will say we live in abnormal times that require abnormal power for them.
  • Sep 15, 2021
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