Post Archive

October 17, 2011

The Left is having a hard time coping with Herman Cain’s rise to Tea Party favorite and top-tier GOP candidate. After all, if you presume the...

As I wrote earlier today, the New York Times wants Barack Obama to be more like Elizabeth Warren. The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza has his...

In addition to Alana’s post, there are a number of excellent commentaries (see here; here; here; and here) that have been written on a devastating...

The painful debate about Israel’s decision to trade 1,000 imprisoned Palestinian terrorists for kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit continues this week with the families of terror victims...

If there's one lesson both Democrats and Republican officials should learn with regard to Turkey, it is that no confidential conversation will ever remain secret. It...

Last Friday, the Obama administration quietly announced it was suspending progress on the CLASS Act, an unsustainable long-term care insurance program that was supposed to...

In the fight between supporters of the Islamic Republic and partisans of the Mujahedin, I side with neither: Partisans of Tehran support a terror-sponsoring Islamist...

President Obama launched another campaign-heavy jobs tour across battleground states today, and the News-Record reports activists from the “Occupy Greensboro” movement may greet him with...

Trying to get re-elected in a country where most people still see big government and high taxes as evils to be avoided is a big...

The new Pew study out today highlights one of the challenges Mitt Romney has had to overcome simply to maintain his status at or near...

In 2008, Obama rode to victory on a wave of fawning media coverage. He shouldn’t expect a repeat of that in 2012, according to a...

Politico leads with an interesting piece today about whether Mitt Romney is too unloved by the Republican grass roots to win his party’s nomination. Resistance...