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September 2, 2009

In yesterday's book review in the Wall Street Journal (the book under review was 1688: The First Modern Revolution by Steve Pincus), William Anthony Hay...

Much has been written about Obama's stark and speedy decline in the polls. However, voters like Congress even less. Politico notes: The number of Americans who...

David Ignatius resorts to history to suggest that we should limit our commitment in Afghanistan. He writes: Reading Afghan history is sobering, to put it mildly....

The president isn't the only one with problems keeping his base happy. USA Today reports: AARP, which has lost tens of thousands of members over its...

A friend noticed Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on the Today show. Apparently trying to defend her colleague Eric Holder, she had this to say...

The Washington Post's editors take issue with former Vice President Dick Cheney's accusation that Obama has reneged on his promise to look forward, not backward...

At Politico, Ben Smith reports that “Obama Ties Netanyahu Support to Talks”: "Netanyahu’s at a pivotal moment,” said a senior U.S. official. “Depending on what he decides,...

Whether we are talking about the heartfelt Libyan reunion for the convicted Lockerbie terrorist or the rebuff from Arab states on his peace-plan offensive, the...

Literally. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, here's Patrick J. Buchanan. Sample: Hitler wanted to end the war...

In a column in the Wall Street Journal, Sen. Tom Coburn writes: I spoke with thousands of voters at town-hall meetings this summer. What I gathered...

John Bolton thinks it's too late for sanctions on Iran. "Adopting tougher economic sanctions is simply another detour away from hard decisions on whether to...