Post Archive

January 17, 2012

President Obama has been assuring the public since before he was elected in 2008 that he would never allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons. But...

I’ve certainly had critical things to say about Newt Gingrich, but he proved again Monday night that he’s in possession of some of the greatest...

Yesterday, in his blog Works and Days at PJ Media, the classical historian Victor Davis Hanson asked why anyone should read anymore. He rehearsed several...

The debates have basically become a contest over which not-Romney candidate can draw the most blood from the frontrunner. This is great for voters, who...

It’s stories like these that make Phil Klein’s scenario of a 50-state Mitt Romney primary sweep seem more and more plausible. As low as Rick...

The cyberwar being waged against Israel should be of great concern not only to that country but also to the U.S. and our other allies. In recent...

News from Iran is that the new sanctions on its oil industry and Central Bank enacted by Congress over President Obama’s protests are already starting...

When liberal pro-immigration groups criticize a Republican candidate, it will often understandably be written off as pure partisanship (or in some cases, preparing for a...

If you don’t have a pre-teen female in your household, the significance of Michelle Obama’s recent appearance on "iCarly" may have been lost on you....

Anne-Marie Slaughter, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s director of policy planning, now denies she endorsed Today’s Zaman, the flagship newspaper of Fethullah Gülen’s Islamist cult. Here...

Occupy D.C. activists are supposedly marching to protest something involving Congress, but the reality is the Occupy movement has fallen out of the news cycle lately and...

In a post published yesterday, Pete noted that among Jon Huntsman's failures as a candidate was the fact that  "he came across as supercilious." Many others have noted the...