Post Archive

April 21, 2011

Considering the fact that its strategy didn’t end well in Wisconsin, the labor movement’s plan to stage nationwide protests leading up to the 2012 elections...

The outlines of President Obama's political strategy are clear—to unleash, virtually on a daily basis, a series of dishonest and libelous attacks on...

At a town-hall meeting at Facebook headquarters, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg asks Barack Obama to name the areas in which he is willing to cut...

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor warned Democrats that the GOP “will not grant their request for a debt limit increase” without major spending cuts or...

It was predictable that Obama wasn’t going to get grilled by anyone at his Facebook town hall meeting last night, but the degree of indulgence...

An address to a joint session of Congress by a friendly foreign leader is a fairly common occurrence, but some liberals are treating the invitation...

Until now I have not been overly critical of the Obama administration’s response to the Arab Spring. Although the president has often been tardy and...

Recently, the conventional wisdom has been that Obama’s slipping job approval rating is offset by the fact that Americans still like him on a personal...

In the current issue of the Claremont Review of Books, William Voegeli masterfully summarizes more than 50 years of California politics in “The Tao of...

It sounds like even Donald Trump is getting tired of his “birther” routine. Today on CNN’s American Morning, the potential GOP candidate blew up when...

No question Obama has been suffering in the polls recently, but The Hill sums up just how dire the situation is for him. Since Obama...

Political observers have been trying to figure out whether Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels wants to run for president. It may be months or longer before...