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July 19, 2011

Last week, Jonathan noted one advantage Democrats have had so far in the debt ceiling debate: message unity. Republicans, on the other hand, were dealing...

Michele Bachmann is not my ideal presidential candidate by any means. But watching what she and her family are now having to endure – from,...

Katie Glueck of the Wall Street Journal wrote an interesting story on how President Obama looms over the impending U.S. Senate race in Virginia between...

Evelyn, that reminds me of a story Ariel Sharon tells in his memoirs, about how Jewish pride is a prerequisite for survival: When Mr. Begin was...

Last week, a Gallup Poll showed President Obama receiving only 39 percent of the vote against an unnamed Republican candidate. Today we learn, courtesy of...

Did you know most Americans would be considered fascist by a significant portion of Israel’s left? Neither did I, until a few days ago. But...

In his interview with Don Imus, CBS’s Bob Schieffer said that today's vote on The Cut, Cap, and Balance Act of 2011 is a “total...

At this point, many in Washington are so spooked by the possibility of an actual default in the aftermath of a failure to raise the...

At the Heritage Foundation today, Sen. Jim DeMint said that it would be “suicidal” for House GOP members to vote for Sen. Mitch McConnell’s "Plan B"...

Rupert Murdoch’s opponents may have jumped the shark with the pie-in-the-face attack during his testimony today. Not only did Murdoch come off as a sympathetic...

President Obama has earned a reputation as lacking toughness. His liberal base, manifestly unwilling to confront or criticize America’s enemies, would say this is by design--the...

With each passing day, the situation in Syria worsens as government forces continue a violent crackdown on dissent that has already cost hundreds, if not...