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September 20, 2010

The Defense Authorization Act, which is soon to come for a vote in the Senate, has a controversial provision added to it repealing "Don't Ask,...

Gallup reports: Public approval of Congress remains in short supply in September, with 18% of Americans now approving of the job it is doing, similar to...

There is a lot of chatter these days about the effect of the Tea Party movement on American politics. In the short term, the answer...

Perhaps the biggest recent news in Gaza-blockade busting is the lack of enthusiasm for it shown by some regional governments. Beirut delayed the departure of...

Poor Tim Kaine. A day after he urges Democrats to stand by ObamaCare, this comes out: Sixty-one percent (61%) of Likely U.S. Voters now at least...

Sensing that the New York Times story cast them in the roles of desperate partisans, the Obami are denying the report that they are planning...

Anyone who follows the U.S. Army, or the war in Afghanistan, cannot fail to be horrified by reports of atrocities committed by a few soldiers...

Raymond Odierno, America’s longest-serving general in Iraq, was the subject of an important interview with David Feith in the Wall Street Journal. Pointing out that...

Ever since President Obama came to office, conservatives have been expressing concern about his level of commitment to the war in Afghanistan. The deadline he...

The Obama team hasn't been able to substantiate its claim that its economic policies have been of help. Now there is this: By now, the only...

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a stunning admission last week that has garnered far too little attention. After a de rigueur assertion that the...

The Chicago pols who occupy the White House may not know much about economics or the Middle East, but they are unparalleled in their devotion...