Post Archive

August 4, 2011

I am thoroughly alarmed about the cuts in the defense budget--both those already decided upon ($350 billion-$400 billion during the next ten years) and those that...

In what's becoming something of a pattern for the Obama administration, the way we're conducting relations with Bulgaria is increasingly indefensible. Sofia is a NATO...

The labor unions warned Obama they weren’t happy with his economic policies last spring, and the president managed to alienate them even more with his approach...

The internal drama of the Huntsman campaign revealed today was, many people reasoned, a good story struggling desperately to find an audience. After all, with...

Today’s falling stock prices appear to comprise the biggest percentage drop since September 2008--the crash that ensured Barack Obama would be elected president that fall....

Abe refers to a White House press release in which the Obama administration proudly announced today that to deal with the problem of mass atrocities,...

During his fundraising trip to Chicago last night, President Obama said,  “When I said 'change we can believe in,' I didn't say 'change we can...

In a lengthy story published today in Politico, Jonathan Martin spills the bean on a riveting "drama" tearing apart the campaign of Republican presidential hopeful...

Alana's post about the Democratic spin on extending FAA funding - that Republicans are "holding it hostage" - is simply surreal. It's surreal not just...

In a shining example of why the House Homeland Security Committee’s hearings on radicalization in the Muslim community are so essential, the White House has...

For more evidence the debt ceiling debate has damaged the Obama presidency, consider this: A new Quinnipiac University poll shows the national debt ceiling deal did not...

It can get repetitive to criticize every Nick Kristof column that dishonestly maligns Israel, but his column in today’s New York Times goes after American...