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September 20, 2011

To lose generally sympathetic pundits in the aftermath of a speech isn’t the end of the world. But it can tell you something. Two moderate-to-conservative columnists,...

Rick Santorum’s inability to break out of the second tier of Republican presidential candidates despite some spirited performances in recent debates must be galling for...

An article published yesterday in Foreign Affairs by the Palestinian-American anti-Israel writer Ali Abunimah is one more particularly telling road mark of the march of...

It is hard to find an act more symbolic than the slaying of a man whose job it was to make peace. So it was...

The Associated Press and the Washington Post have begun fact-checking President Obama’s speech yesterday. They essentially demolish the claims of the president. According to the AP,...

As expected, it looks like Rep. Darrell Issa will launch an investigation into whether the Obama administration gave any improper political assistance to broadband company...

Obama’s budget plan calls for $13 in tax hikes $11 in tax hikes for every dollar in spending cuts when you account for all the budgetary gimmicks...

The two leading Republican presidential contenders weighed in today on the Palestinian initiative at the United Nations. Both Rick Perry and Mitt Romney urged the...

Michael Gerson writes today he is confident GOP primary voters will nominate Mitt Romney over Rick Perry because Romney seems to be the “safe” candidate at...

CNN is reporting that despite the failure of American and European efforts to persuade the Palestinian Authority to back off on their plan to demand...

So far, revolutionary Libya appears to be doing fairly well. It has not seen a breakdown of law and order as occurred in post-Baathist Iraq....

In re-reading yesterday’s speech by President Obama, several things stand out. The first is its crass distortions. In his remarks in the Rose Garden, the president...