Post Archive

August 10, 2011

Watching the streets of London and other British cities burn is painful for anyone who has visited that great nation. Abe has a fine post on how...

The normally tight-lipped Obama administration is reportedly giving a Hollywood production company access to sensitive intelligence information, in an effort to help produce a film about...

Last week, an appeals "court" in Cuba rejected the request of an American citizen, Alan Gross, to be freed from the 15-year sentence he was...

With Texas Governor Rick Perry seemingly on the verge of declaring his candidacy for the presidency, he can expect to be the object of more...

Click on this link to watch something absolutely extraordinary. It's an exchange on a British television show between two politicians—a Labourite named Harriet Harman and...

Mitch McConnell and John Boehner named their super committee appointments earlier today, and, other than the absence of Paul Ryan, the final list had few...

The results of last night’s recall elections in Wisconsin left the Republican governing authority intact, but the fact remains the GOP immediately lost two seats...

The union crusade against Republican state senators in Wisconsin came a cropper last night when four of the six who were subjected to a recall election...

Both the United States and Israel are expending a great deal of time and effort trying to convince United Nations member states to oppose the...

One of the reasons I like Jon Stewart, apart from his comedic talent (which is considerable), is that while he’s admittedly liberal, there can also...

House Speaker John Boehner has released his three appointments for the super committee, and one name is conspicuously missing: House Republican Conference Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) House...

A Siena College New York Poll released today brings encouraging news for Republicans hoping for an upset win in the special congressional election to replace...