Post Archive

August 2012

The Obama administration won a victory today in their campaign to strike down voter ID laws. Only days after the United States District Court for...

When it comes to any resolution to the Syrian problem, Turkey is at the center of it. After all, Syria’s largest land border is with...

Since the real drama of the political nominating conventions—the actual nominations—no longer applies, the pressure is on the big names, especially the headliners, to deliver...

Heading into this year’s Republican primaries, it was an open question as to whether Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith would be a hindrance to his presidential...

Sequestration—the $500 billion automatic budget cuts to Defense, which will be triggered if Congress cannot reduce the budget by $1.2 trillion as per the Budget...

It's always nice to see a totalitarian propaganda show disappoint its sponsors. Thus it's hard to avoid chortling at the embarrassment suffered by Iranian leaders...

Count me among the many who were wowed by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s brilliant speech at the Republican National Convention last night. She...

The Associated Press and other fact-checkers are insisting that the line about the Janesville GM factory in Paul Ryan’s speech last night was inaccurate --...

Some good news for the Romney campaign this morning. Mitt Romney hasn’t even made his convention speech yet, and he’s already seeing a small bump...

Day two of the Republican convention showed no sign of letting up on its “you didn’t build that” theme, though the formal premise of the...

When Mitt Romney chose Rep. Paul Ryan to be his running mate Democrats rejoiced. They were sure that the elevation of the author of the...

Tonight, Ohio Senator Rob Portman, one of the most intelligent men in politics, gave a pretty straightforward version of the speech Chris Christie's critics complained...