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May 14, 2012

During the long winter nights when Ron Paul and his boisterous supporters were raising hell in caucus states, one of the regular themes sounded by...

During the past few weeks, we’ve seen the advantages of running for president as an incumbent. President Obama has been able to redirect the news coverage...

Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen, whose book American Nietzsche: A History of an Icon and His Ideas was reviewed in COMMENTARY, published an essay in The Wilson Quarterly on how...

The Obama campaign is starting to roll out its attacks on Mitt Romney’s record at Bain Capital, including the predictable emotional testimony from workers who...

It is a given that the Romney campaign knows it must not repeat the mistakes made by John McCain’s staff during his failed effort to head...

One would think the left would have learned from the Hillary Rosen debacle that attacks on Ann Romney are bound to backfire on the ranks of...

The initiation by the West of a new round of talks with Iran about its nuclear program has had the effect of depressing interest in revelations...

In response to President Obama’s embrace of same-sex marriage, the Reverend Franklin Graham put out a statement that said this: On Tuesday, my state of North Carolina...

Every few years, the Saudi government proposes to remake the Gulf Cooperation Council by replacing it with a federation; in a way, a United States...

You thought Tina Brown was really going to bring the insanity to this week's Newsweek cover, especially after she was one-upped by Time’s mind-scarring “Are you...

So another member of the Afghan High Peace Council, charged with striking a deal with the Taliban, has been assassinated. Mullah Arsala Rahmani's demise, at the...

Labels are always dangerous things. In the context of the U.S. policy debate, pundits attach labels to opponents in order to avoid debating issues or...