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July 14, 2011

Yesterday, the president told us he might have to cut off Social Security checks for seniors unless a debt deal is reached by August 2....

Consider this a followup to yesterday's post about the abysmal state of our cyberdefenses, and about how the last thing we should be doing is...

It was to be expected the Knesset’s passage on Monday of an ill-considered law allowing citizens to sue those who advocate boycotts of Israel or...

John suggests President’s Obama’s walkout yesterday was not a fit of pique, but reflected polling showing Republicans will be blamed if the debt ceiling is...

Pete is exactly right when he says that the Gallup poll finding low approval ratings for President Obama isn’t surprising, and that these numbers are...

Earlier today, I highlighted a new Gallup poll showing that President Obama is trailing a generic Republican candidate by eight points. This poll helps to explain why. Americans' satisfaction...

Pollsters John McLaughlin and Pat Caddell defended their Jewish voters poll against heavy criticism today, charging that a recent Washington Post article disputing their findings...

I agree with John that Obama misspoke when he cautioned Eric Cantor, "don't call my bluff." But was it because he meant to say, "don't call my bet," thinking...

As the wave of Arab popular protests swept through the Middle East, we heard the disingenuous calls for the Arab Spring to “come to Israel”—as...

According to the most recent Gallup Poll,  registered voters by a "significant margin" now say they are more likely to vote for the "Republican Party's candidate for...

As I wrote on Tuesday, it has become increasingly clear the goal of President Obama and the Democrats in the debt-ceiling crisis has been to...

The battles between teachers unions and Republican governors have had several consistent elements, one of which is the open and inappropriate anti-reform politicking at public...