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August 12, 2011

One thing that jumped out at me — and perhaps (among conservatives) only me —from last night’s GOP debate was the question first posed by...

You'll remember the ironically-named Essential Air Service program from the FAA extension debate. The $200 million program was one of two issues on which Senate...

More than a few commentators argue that Newt Gingrich helped himself during last night’s debate by his feisty attacks on Fox’s Chris Wallace and Bret...

Six years ago, I penned a piece for the Middle East Quarterly about Turkey’s “Green Money” problem, basically putting pen to paper about a problem...

Chris Christie is attracting some grudging respect from New Jersey residents for his efforts to rein in state spending and his tough approach to this...

During the course of the debt ceiling debate, Obamacare, the largest expansion of government-funded entitlements was kept off the table by the president and the...

For months, President Obama has been urging Congress to approve three pending free-trade agreements, which are pretty much the only constructive job-creating proposal he’s recommended...

A delegation of Democratic members of Congress met with Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas yesterday and received a blunt message about his vision for the...

This article in National Journal is, for Obama supporters everywhere, depressing. Perhaps nothing sums up the precariousness of President Obama's reelection chances better than a Quinnipiac Poll...

The non-war against the Qaddafi regime in Libya continues to languish. Feuding among the rebels that led to the killing of their military commander, Gen....

I regularly work with American serviceman either preparing for deployment or in the early phase of their time away. It is hard for anyone to...

Rick Perry hasn’t even officially entered the race yet but David Axelrod is already taking some preemptive strikes at his jobs record, Politico reports. Over...