Post Archive

March 19, 2012

A conservative group calling itself American Doctors for Truth is launching a new ad campaign in Florida and Texas tomorrow that’s sure to get some...

Last summer, a brief stir was caused when a book published by New York Times reporter Janny Scott uncovered an uncomfortable fact about President Obama:...

Bristol Palin has weighed in with her thoughts on Barack Obama, the GOP's supposed "war on women," and the president's hypocrisy. Ms. Palin indicates that she...

The Supreme Court will hear arguments on President Obama’s health care law next week, and still an overwhelming majority of Americans say that the court...

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka ObamaCare) is the signature domestic achievement of the Obama administration. And so it can't be good news...

The day after being embarrassed by Mitt Romney in Puerto Rico, Rick Santorum was taking tough in Illinois about a brokered Republican convention. Blasting the...

Almost two years ago, I did a presentation for analysts at the National Counter Terrorism Center looking at determining which Iranian actions may be termed...

President Obama has been backed into a tight political corner over rising gas prices. While it’s true that the president has little control over present...

The murderer who gunned down children and teachers on their way to school at Ozar Hatorah in the French city of Toulouse this morning was...

Omri ably dismantles the justification for Peter Beinart’s latest back-of-the-classroom arm-waving attempt to get attention by writing in approval of a limited boycott, divestment and...

The Abu Ghraib scandal—when the 320th Military Police Battalion abused prisoners—was both horrendous and inexcusable in its own right. In addition, treating detainees inhumanely for...

According to Public Policy Polling’s latest survey today, Mitt Romney is now leading Rick Santorum, 45 percent to 30 percent, in Illinois. And the obstacles...