Post Archive

March 13, 2012

A slow vote count in both Alabama and Mississippi has left the outcome of both primaries in doubt until 10pm. Both states appeared to be...

President Obama’s decision to order the Seal Team Six raid against Osama bin Laden may seem like a no-brainer in hindsight, but in reality the...

At various times throughout the presidential campaign, Rick Santorum has shown himself to be impressive: articulate, forceful, passionate, and a fine, and at times an...

Could the timing of President Obama’s decision to crack down on China’s export restrictions be politically motivated? The president announced today that the U.S., the...

The Weekly Standard has a cover story, written by Chris DeMuth, on the late political scientist James Q. Wilson. DeMuth does a wonderful job summarizing a...

In his essay on her in The Novelist's Responsibility, L. P. Hartley writes that what struck him most upon rereading Jane Austen in old age was...

The 2010-midterm elections were a historic victory for the Republicans around the country, but New York State was one of the few bright spots for...

The Hill reports on a new campaign by liberal groups and labor unions, which seeks to expose companies that donate to super PACs and nonprofits...

The most recent New York Times/CBS poll (which John and Jonathan write about) has President Obama’s approval rating down to a record low of 41 percent....

President Obama has been arguing for the repeal of certain oil company tax breaks for years, and it looks like the current hike in gas...

Israel isn’t the only American ally that was spurned for the first three years of the Obama administration. President Obama made no bones about his...

Vladimir Putin’s brazen election fraud, conducted twice in the last few months, has put the Obama administration in an uncomfortable position politically. The administration touts...