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July 10, 2011

The colloquy last Sunday on ABC, in which neither Time’s editor-in-chief (who authored its cover story on the Constitution) nor professors from Harvard and Georgetown could...

A new survey released on Friday by the Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling firm in the key swing state of Pennsylvania brought encouraging news for Mitt...

For years, soldiers and scholars have been talking about a phenomenon known as "lawfare": the attempt by adversaries to use the legal system to tie...

While everyone in Washington was concentrating on the debt crisis this week, the Obama administration attempted to slip through a questionable arms deal that requires...

By my count during his Twitter Town Hall, President Obama mentioned defense spending 12 times during the course of an hour and eight minutes of...

The idea of using the debt ceiling crisis as the lever to enact both long-term entitlement reform as well as a simplification of the tax...

It's mindblowing that Democrats simultaneously push for $700 billion in defense cuts while demanding  government retain its expansionary spending programs. Those Republicans willing to trade robust...