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January 6, 2010

Another year brings another wintertime oil dispute between Russia and an Eastern European client. In January 2009 it was Ukraine; this year it’s Belarus. Although...

Sen. Blanche Lincoln is in trouble, still: A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in Arkansas shows Lincoln’s support for reelection at 38% or...

President Obama promised at least eight times during the campaign to have the legislative negotiations over reforming health care televised on C-Span. That has not happened and,...

Click here to visit crazy town: My own view is moving toward supporting a direct American military imposition of a two-state solution, with NATO troops on...

According to Gallup, Obama begins his second year in office with the highest disapproval rating of any president since Eisenhower. He also has the second...

The Democrats are having problems filling Byron Dorgan's seat in North Dakota. The most viable candidate, Earl Pomeroy, who is the at-large congressional representative, isn't...

You would think that out of the nearly 20 million people who live in the Empire State, the two major parties would be able to...

The decision of Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd to avoid the humiliation of being defeated for re-election later this year may well help the Democrats hold...

There is something incongruous about President Obama denouncing an intelligence failure in the case of the underwear bomber on the very same day that we...

A clear majority of the public, according to Rasmussen, thinks that the federal government should not bail out the state of California but rather let...

Pete, the whining is a bit much to take, isn't it? But it is not uncommon and seems to be a sort of rhetorical tic...

In a political jaw-dropper, on Tuesday we learned: Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) announced this evening that he’s retiring at the end of his term, a shocking development...