Everyone always tries to draw larger geopolitical conclusions from the Olympics, but it’s really just about the sports.
The media’s weird praise for North Korea over the weekend is a timely reminder of why we just can’t trust the Left with power.
When a member of the most brutal regime on earth is treated like the belle of the Olympic ball, the media needs to stop worrying about normalizing Trump.
In no way is it apparent Mike Pence holds any animosity towards gay people. If he does, he does not show it in public or allow it to influence his views on liberty for all Americans.
North Korea may see the games as an opportunity to spread propaganda, but the regime’s participation also presents a fantastic opportunity for the US to engage its citizens on their own terms.
History shows how the establishment media’s soft spot for leftist dictators and totalitarian states is a longstanding tradition.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence refused to stand during the ‘unified Koreas’ opening march at the Olympics Friday. The rest of the world should have followed suit.
Composer John Williams turns 86 today, which by happy coincidence is the same day millions of viewers will be celebrating the themes he wrote for the Olympics.
Before you start popping champagne bottles or using white-out on your map of North and South Korea, let’s pause and consider what led to this announcement and its consequences.
After years of living my own life, complete with very bad choices and a lot of help from loved ones, I deeply regret choosing to judge Tonya Harding for a story I only knew from TV.
Trial has begun for more than 150 young women suing former USA gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, alleging sexual assault under the guise of medical treatment.
The South’s acceptance of the North’s overtures without at least some acknowledgement from Pyongyang that it needs to disarm undermines America’s hard-line approach.
Lindsey Vonn seems to be hopping on the tired trend of celebrities renouncing ties to President Trump instead of focusing on creating, expressing, or performing their talents.
Russia’s total ban from the upcoming Winter Olympics is a warning about the illusions of Vladimir Putin’s style of chest-thumping nationalism.
‘I made a decision that broke me, and one from which I would not immediately heal. . . Abortion would now forever be a part of my life. A scarlet letter I never thought I’d wear.’
Lochte’s story about getting robbed by Brazilian cops is being challenged. Here’s the meaning we should, and shouldn’t, take from his Olympic drama.
In this age of relativism, events like the Olympics are among the last bastions of aesthetic standards in professional performance.
Stripping down the compliance bureaucracy and its rules would allow for a clear and measurable set of health-centered goals that allow for athletes’ ambitions and willingness to take risks.
Counter the conventional narrative, the symbiotic relationship between sports and society has reverted to its original, proper status under the ancient Greeks: A rollicking good time.
If anything, the Olympics resembles the distasteful politics of the United Nations more than it does the triumph of the brotherhood of man.
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