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May 17, 2012

As Alana noted, this morning the New York Times reported a super PAC was weighing a "hard-line attack" against President Obama by "linking him to...

A few days ago, a video was posted online of an anti-Israel protest at Portland State University. Following an increasingly common tactic among campus anti-Israelists,...

As Alana noted earlier today, the Obama campaign went into overdrive to condemn a conservative super PAC for considering running an ad campaign that would...

You know how everyone is always mocking Vice President Joe Biden for being just another middle class guy with no dreams and no aspirations? No?...

America’s ambassador to Israel sounded a reassuring note today to Israelis and others wondering whether the direction of the West’s negotiations with Iran was leading...

Contrary to what some credulous news reports have indicated, the Obama campaign does not seem tremendously confident about beating Mitt Romney next fall. Case in...

The question of legalization of same-sex marriages is generally presented as one of protecting the individual rights of gay citizens. And so long as the...

In a previous post, I offered my thoughts on the outlines of President Obama’s re-election strategy -- energizing minorities and others comprising Obama’s liberal base; appealing to...

This post is about Andrew Sullivan, so I promise to make it mercifully brief. Sullivan is a pioneer. He was the first blogger to realize that...

One of the biggest problems for the Republicans this year has been the perceived huge fundraising edge President Obama is supposed to enjoy. Though Democratic...

The Senate unanimously rejected President Obama’s budget yesterday, two months after the president’s budget was voted down unanimously in the House. It’s an embarrassing testimony to...

Liberal commentators could barely contain their scorn this week after hearing Mitt Romney make some unfavorable comparisons between President Obama and Bill Clinton. They do...