Maybe the question shouldn’t be why Rudy Giuliani should run for president, but why not?
RudyBlogger reacted to Jason Horowitz’s piece about the beginning of the end of the post-9/11 Giuliani bubble by comparing the former mayor to Douglas MacArthur and Colin Powell — national heroes who wound up sidelined Read More
The 9/11 hearings and the testimony of Richard Clarke remind me that Republicans have been here before, though it was before my time, and they were on the other side.
For years after Pearl Harbor, the right asked (and answered its own question): Had F.D.R. dropped the ball? Charles Beard, the liberal historian turned isolationist, Read More
To commemorate the 56th anniversary of D-Day, old soldiers gathered in New Orleans for the opening of a museum dedicated to the morning of June 6, 1944, when Americans, Britons and Canadians stormed ashore in Normandy. (The Britons and Canadians didn’t quite make it into the final cut of Saving Private Ryan . Those who Read More