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July 7, 2011

Gov. Rick Perry is still debating whether to enter the 2012 race, but his supporters aren’t waiting around for his decision. Americans for Rick Perry,...

According to the most recent Gallup survey, President Obama's job approval rating averaged 46 percent in June. The president’s strongest support comes from blacks (86 percent), adults...

Politics may be the art of the possible, but while demonstrating flexibility is important for a legislator it can be a drawback to winning elections....

There is a really lousy idea making the rounds of the chattering classes in Washington right now: that the 14th Amendment gives the President the...

Not only did he come clean, he issued a bizarre quasi-apology as well – but more on that in a second. The controversy began when Richard...

Jonathan Tobin has expertly dissected many of the problems with the UN report on the May 15 incident in which more than 1,000 Palestinian and...

Turkey’s Islamic government has spent the last few years gradually dismantling that country’s once warm alliance with Israel. Motivated as much by their ideological affinities...

Soon after the assault on Israel’s borders that took place on the anniversary of the birth of the Jewish state, Michael Williams, the United Nations’...

It's hard to read too much into the Obama campaign attacks on GOP candidates at this point. If the Democrats go after Mitt Romney, does...

Good looks may have always been an advantage in politics, but the 1960 Kennedy-Nixon television debates have long been considered the turning point when the...

Even with polls showing there's an anti-Mormon bias among voters -- especially Democrats, more than a quarter of whom say they wouldn't vote for a...

Rep. Michele Bachmann's first campaign ad of the season is out in Iowa today, and it's clearly aimed at introducing herself to Iowa voters. The...