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October 16, 2012

Tonight at Hofstra University President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will face off in their second debate before the November 6th election. The town-hall style...

The Washington Post poses an excellent question in its editorial today in which it ponders how best to “reset” relations between the United States and...

I missed this very smart article when it first came out, but it’s well worth reading. Apropos of Alana Goodman’s comments yesterday and using Turkey’s...

On the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Cuban missile crisis, the latest headlines on the situation Cuba might give some cause for celebration....

Republicans should be happy about the latest polls coming out of Pennsylvania. Two of the three polls conducted there in the last few days show...

If the Obama administration thought the questions over the Benghazi attack would die down after Hillary Clinton took full responsibility for it, they were wrong....

Democrats will be tuning into the presidential debate tonight in hopes of seeing a more aggressive performance from President Obama. For two weeks, we’ve heard...

There’s much talk to the effect that tonight Barack Obama needs to get “the vision thing” back. This is exactly wrong. After four result-free years,...

The Weekly Standard’s Dan Halper reports on an exchange between reporters and President Obama in Virginia this morning. Obama answered questions about his mood going...

I just saw “Argo” last night. Not only is it a great film (who would have thunk that Ben Affleck had it in him?) but...

Today’s USA Today/Gallup swing state poll is the latest sign that Mitt Romney is cutting into President Obama’s lead with women. The candidates are now...

One of the most incredible ads so far this election season was produced and paid for not by a candidate, Super PAC, or party, but...