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December 3, 2009

The journalist Christopher Hitchens has abandoned his role as a leading activist-scribe-provocateur of the radical Left, but here and there he shows that he has...

In the past four years, there have been two experiments in peace-processing. The first was to dismantle every Israeli settlement, withdraw every Israeli settler, and...

Yesterday I pointed out the dissimilarities between our current campaign in Afghanistan and the one waged by the Soviets in the 1980s. Along comes Barry...

The curtain has come down on Manuel Zelaya and the Obami's Honduran escapade: The Honduran Congress voted on Wednesday not to allow the reinstatement of ousted...

There were two positive developments in the aftermath of Obama's West Point speech. As this report notes, no matter how loudly the liberal Democrats squawk,...

Eliot Cohen makes a forceful case that the president made essentially the right call on Afghanistan. (Although he notes that "the White House's decision to...

This Fox News report suggests that Copenhagen, the site of Obama's Olympic-size humiliation, may be (to borrow a phrase from Yogi Berra) déjà vu all over...

It seems that trying to ram through the U.S. Senate an enormous, highly controversial, and very expensive piece of legislation isn't as easy as one would think....

Michael Gerson on the West Point speech: "After a sober, coherent beginning, the speech became defensive and overly self-referential. Large portions of his remarks concerned his...