Post Archive

October 3, 2011

What makes this particular moment in politics particularly interesting and important is that we're engaged in a fundamental debate about the role of state in...

Andrew Breitbart may have scooped the mainstream media once again, publishing photos of then-Senator Obama appearing to share a stage with members of the New Black...

The Rick Perry campaign is dealing with the fallout from the Washington Post story about the racist name of the hunting camp the candidate’s family...

In his column comparing Chris Christie to Hillary Clinton as she agonized over whether to run for president in 2004, John Heilemann makes a strong...

This report by the Brennan Center is making the rounds on liberal blogs today, with its sensational finding that new voting laws could disenfranchise five...

According to President Obama, America has “gotten a little soft” during the last few decades. That revelation is a relatively new one for Obama, who during...

It’s a bad sign when Jimmy Carter’s poll numbers actually start to look respectable. From AEI’s public opinion expert Karlyn Browman and researcher Andrew Rugg: President...

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned Israel yesterday that its increasing isolation in the region means it must take “risks for peace.” This shot fired over the...

The fact that the “inexperience” argument is being made by Obama campaign surrogate Gov. Deval Patrick, who was pilloried for his own thin resume when...

According to a new Gallup survey, Americans see the Republican Party as better able than the Democratic Party to protect the country from terrorism and...

In an editorial in the new Weekly Standard, I argue that, following Admiral Mike Mullen's revelations about Pakistani involvement in the Haqqani network's attacks on...

It has become common for foreign leaders to invite large delegations to New York for the United Nations General Assembly. Most delegation members are not...