Post Archive

March 16, 2012

Rick Santorum has enough problems these days with his gaffe insisting on English being the official language of Puerto Rico and the impact of his...

Via HotAir.com, here is President Obama's 17-minute campaign documentary, "The Road We've Traveled." It's slickly produced, as one might expect, but I found it to be...

Reuters reported yesterday that President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron inked a deal to tap into the strategic oil reserves, a move that would lower...

Looks like the U.S. Navy is getting serious about a potential war with Iran. Witness the news that four Avenger-class minesweepers are being sent to...

There is a war on women taking place. The Democratic machine is working at high-speed disseminating the phrase, and in the meantime, distorting the truth...

President Obama faces a difficult task in trying to influence events in post-revolutionary Egypt. With its military rulers brutally abusing the human rights of their people...

President Obama has received some well-deserved mockery for his factually inaccurate swipes at President Rutherford B. Hayes (yes, really) and Christopher Columbus’s contemporaneous critics. But his...

The Wall Street Journal reports on Newt Gingrich, who is in Illinois once again comparing himself favorably to Ronald Reagan. "Other than Ronald Reagan, I...

Today’s New York Times story on Bain Capital and China is a perfect example of how Mitt Romney’s ties to the firm will continue to...

Everyone gets it. Rick Santorum is a moral and upright citizen who doesn’t look kindly on gambling, non-procreative sex and birth control. But with the...

One of the more amusing things in politics is how badly rising gas prices have flummoxed the president and his administration. For example, not that long...

The latest surveys of Illinois Republicans ought to put at least a bit of a damper on the growing speculation about a GOP stalemate leading...