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July 6, 2011

The Wall Street Journal editorial page does us the favor of quoting Bill Clinton’s comments last Saturday at the Aspen Ideas Festival, when the former...

The Obama campaign likes to hold up its online town hall meetings as examples of its social media prowess, pointing out this allows the president...

It’s the same game we play every four years. In order to figure out what a candidate will do if he or she becomes president,...

From yesterday’s State Department press conference, regarding (1) a leader who is a key ally of Iran; and (2) a leader of a country of...

As Republicans in Congress and the president negotiate over raising the debt ceiling, liberal commentators are, as they so often do, adding to the quality...

Listening to and reading along with President Obama’s Twitter TownHall event today left me thinking about the illusory nature of political progress. Throughout the first...

Most of those who are worried about the future path of Egypt in the wake of the fall of Hosni Mubarak have focused on the...

Mitt Romney easily outraised his GOP competitors in the second quarter, hauling in $18.25 million. But this was a predictable outcome that can't exactly be...

As President Obama prepares for his "Twitter townhall" today, the Heritage Foundation's Robert Bluey takes a look at how the White House has used the...

With the latest iteration of the Gaza flotilla having turned into a costly fiasco, what can the anti-Israel crowd do to gain some attention? Their...

Andy Ferguson did what probably no other American outside of Newt Gingrich has done: read all 21 books authored or co-authored by the former Speaker...

There was a lot of attention given to a Gallup poll yesterday showing Jewish approval for President Obama has remained fairly steady at around 60 percent...