Post Archive

January 15, 2012

Last summer I took to task liberal journalists and politicians who branded those Americans who disagreed with them about the debt ceiling debate as “terrorists.”...

This New York Times article by reporter Anthony Shadid unfortunately confirms my worst apprehensions about where Syria is headed--namely toward a civil war. He writes...

Nothing, it seems, gets the left more worked up these days than the specter of growing income inequality, the gap between the income of the...

Anyone listening to what’s being said about Iran by the White House and State Department lately could easily be convinced stopping the ayatollah's nuclear program...

Does this serve any practical purpose, beyond a face-saving move for Newt Gingrich? The ad has already been running in South Carolina since Thursday, and...

In the latest sign that Hamas is serious about mending fences with its Fatah party rivals, the terrorist group announced on Saturday it would give...

Something seems to be chipping away at Romney’s poll numbers in South Carolina, but right now it’s still anybody’s guess what that is. The anti-Bain ads...

Rick Santorum is hoping the endorsement of a major evangelical group will help put him over the top next weekend in the crucial South Carolina...