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October 13, 2010

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s triumphant tour of Lebanon -- which kicked off today with a rapturous welcome from crowds that lined the road from Beirut’s airport into...

This report should shake up even the most optimistic of Democrats: Republicans are winning eight out of 10 competitive open House seats surveyed in a groundbreaking...

Gallup reports: Record- or near-record-high percentages of Americans are critical of the size and scope of government, as measured by four Gallup trend questions updated in...

Pete, I have to disagree with you. What the White House is doing by attacking the Chamber of Commerce is not "abuse of power." It...

Regular readers know that I've kept a close eye on the ludicrously biased Christiane Amanpour. Her biases usually reveal themselves in the foreign policy realm. But...

Here's an idea for the White House spin squad: the wipeout of 2010 is a rejection of Nancy Pelosi, not Obama. Politico tries it out: In...

There has been much speculation in Washington circles about what it means that Tom Donilon has replaced James Jones as national security adviser. My hunch...

It is astonishing, really. The president of the United States has accused the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, despite its denial and without supporting evidence, of illegally...

Having kept a running count of the number of times the Obama administration has refused to answer if it is bound by the 2004 Bush...

Oh no, they tell us Mahmoud Abbas is on the ropes. A new cadre of PA figures is on the rise that is "less supportive...

Joe Biden was apparently selected as Obama's running mate for his experience and foreign policy gravitas. It is only in Washington D.C. that longevity can...

The Obama recovery bears an uncanny resemblance to a recession. That's the New York Times's take: Less than a month before November elections, the United States...