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July 14, 2011

The mistrial that has been declared today in the federal perjury trial of former baseball great Roger Clemens is an apt moment for both the...

A Quinnipiac poll received a lot of attention this morning after it found that voters favor tax hikes in any deficit plan 67 to 25...

It isn't just health insurance about which President Obama has trouble telling the truth. There's automobile insurance as well. As John Hinderaker reported last year on the Powerline...

Yesterday’s Quinnipiac poll showing Michele Bachmann at 15 percent—only ten points behind Mitt Romney—may not have been surprising, but it has changed the dynamic. What...

Before his campaign self-destructed, Newt Gingrich’s election strategy centered on going all-out in Iowa, with the Ames Straw Poll being a key part of that...

JTA reported earlier this week that JDUB, the Jewish music promoter, announced it is closing. Lamented by the doyens of the self-declared American Jewish innovation...

The debate about which side has the edge in the debt-ceiling showdown continues. A new Gallup poll shows that most Americans are still opposed to...

Alana rightly called attention to a new poll which shows America’s favorability rating across the Arab world has plummeted and that President Obama’s favorable ratings are...

So said President Obama before reportedly storming out of high-pressure debt ceiling discussions with Republicans last night. It sounds like the president is more interested...

Two data points. 1) Obama loses his cool with House Whip Eric Cantor, says he's had enough, tells Cantor not to call his bluff, walks...

This past year, the Obama administration has picked several fights with Israel that have helped tilt the diplomatic playing field in the direction of the...

According to a press report, “President Barack Obama abruptly walked out of a stormy debt-limit meeting with congressional leaders Wednesday, a dramatic setback to the already...