Post Archive

December 6, 2011

In his recent column, George Will said of Newt Gingrich: "There is his anti-conservative confidence that he has a comprehensive explanation of, and plan to perfect,...

As expected, President Obama attempted to reclaim the mantle of Theodore Roosevelt in his speech on economic policy in Osawatomie, Kansas. The crux of his...

William Galston, a former domestic policy adviser to President Clinton, wrote a recent piece in The New Republic which highlights three jobs-related data points: * If Americans...

There was a telling quote in yesterday’s Politico article about the way many conservatives are backing off on criticism of Newt Gingrich. Rep. Tom Cole...

Laws requiring photo ID at voting stations might seem pretty sensible, but to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People they apparently amount...

Jon Huntsman struck a much more serious tone today at the Heritage Foundation--a tone that seemed designed finally to match his demeanor to his supporters’...

Though the Howard Gutman incident is still something the New York Times hasn’t bothered to report, the effort by the left to push back against...

It’s been a difficult week for Israel. A trifecta of attacks on the foundation of the ties between the United States and the Jewish state...

Not only would it be tricky for President Obama to win reelection without Pennsylvania from purely a numbers perspective, but the state will also serve...

There are two overarching criticisms of U.S.Ambassador Howard Gutman's disgraceful speech last week, a speech the content of which the White House has yet to...

I can count on one hand the number of statements with which I agree with GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul. This is one of them: The selection...

Gallup confirms that this has become a two-man race in its latest "acceptability" poll: Newt Gingrich (62 percent) and Mitt Romney (54 percent) are the only two...