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September 21, 2011

The most recent McClatchy-Marist poll, which gives Democrats an eight point sampling advantage, shows the president’s approval rating is at 39 percent among registered voters nationally,...

Though Rick Perry’s initial surge to a huge lead over the rest of the Republican presidential field has been whittled down in the last week,...

In its September 8 report entitled “Palestinians and UN – Statehood or Stalemate?” the U.S. government-funded Voice of America (VOA) informed readers the Palestinians were...

Warren Buffett is quickly becoming the face of Obama’s new "millionaires' tax" (aka the "Buffett Rule") and will likely play a major role in the...

Unlike his last visit to New York, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has struggled to get attention during his current junket to the annual opening session of...

In a nation desperate for good news, here’s some. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics,  during 2010, U.S. residents age 12 or older experienced...

For the American foreign policy establishment there is no more frustrating aspect of American politics than the steadfast support for Israel in the United States...

Does anyone notice a pattern emerging from the Clinton camp? Last week, James Carville caused some commotion with his “Time to Panic” column, which evidently...

One passage jumped out at me from President Obama's speech to the UN General Assembly. Much of the speech was filled by commendable expressions of...

The most interesting facet of the Palestinian unilateral declaration drama has been to try and figure out who wants this to proceed. The Palestinians, as...

At the United Nations this morning, President Obama characteristically tried to have it both ways on the Arab-Israeli conflict while also defending his own record...

During the 2008 election, former Representative Robert Wexler grandiously assured pro-Israel voters there was "no doubt" Obama and Netanyahu would "get along very well." After the exact...