Post Archive

November 21, 2007

The Middle East is not the only battlefront in the war on terror; Africa has long been a staging ground. The spectacular bombings of American...

On November 14, 2007, before a packed courtroom with an overflow of dozens left outside, a three-judge appellate court panel screened raw footage turned over...

Yesterday I attended two Annapolis-related presentations in Washington, the first at the New America Foundation and the second at the National Press Club, sponsored by...

Mark Krikorian, the leading theorist of immigration restriction in America, offers a surprising, but honest, implicit ackowledgement of how much his own vision of a walled-off America...

Rudy Giuliani has either stalled or fallen some in the polls over the last month, and questions are being raised about his campaign's "theory of...

Are our enemies writing our military’s software? Unfortunately, that’s more than just a possibility. The Defense Science Board Task Force, a committee advising...

We are six weeks away from the Iowa caucus, and as has frequently been the case, Republicans in the Hawkeye State are beginning to shine the...

How come so many of them gravitate simultaneously to the extreme Left and the extreme Right? Michael Scheuer, as we’ve noted here before, is a peculiar...

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s September 24 speech at Columbia University seems like ancient history. The news media has long since turned its attention to...

To his credit, Bob Gates continues to unravel some of the misguided decisions made by his predecessor, Donald Rumsfeld. His latest decision, as noted in...