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August 11, 2011

Who won the debate? First, Mitt Romney because he managed to go two hours with no one really laying a glove on him which means that...

I agree with Jonathan the Romney "gaffe" is not fatal. I'm not sure it's a gaffe at all, as I think this clip, which has gone viral,...

There have been many eloquent attempts to mine the cause of the British riots in the deepest recesses of the British national character. Whatever flaws...

Worries about the way funds are spent haven’t been enough to prevent the continued flow of U.S. taxpayer money to Gaza. But apparently, Hamas may...

The same politician who vowed to “change the political map and end gridlock" just a few years ago is now blaming his presidential failures…on partisan...

It is hard to believe anyone could be outraged by the U.S. government paying for contractors to train the African Union peacekeepers trying to keep Somalia...

Amid the renewed bout of hand-wringing over American decline (see, e.g., this Washington Post story Pete referred to earlier), Mike O'Hanlon of the Brookings Institution...

The big news so far out of Iowa today didn’t have to do with tonight’s debate. It was a comment made by Mitt Romney as he...

At the Examiner, Phil Klein predicts Ron Paul will pull off a victory in Ames on Saturday, which could potentially destroy the last of the poll’s...

One of the early buzzwords of the Republican primary race was “authenticity.” It has since faded a bit, but it might be worth reexamining as...

In the spring of last year, the Obama administration picked a fight with the Israel over the routine approval of some housing starts in Jerusalem...

It’s amazing it’s actually come to this. British police are still terrified to use necessary force against gangs of violent looters out of fear of...