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October 22, 2012

The 2012 election is the first presidential contest in the age of Twitter. It’s also the one that may be remembered as the one in...

Tonight at 9pm (ET), Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama will face off for the last time at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Bob...

Sen. John Kerry, national security sage, writes the following in an Obama campaign memo today (h/t Fox News): Under President Obama’s leadership, we have devastated al-Qaeda’s...

One of the more interesting aspects of the current Israeli political pre-election shuffling is the unsettled nature of every major political party to the left...

In recent weeks, some conservative Republicans have revolted against the party’s mainstream consensus that held that no effort should be made to help Rep. Todd...

The death of George McGovern has set off an avalanche of praise for the former senator and presidential candidate. As someone whose time on the...

According to the latest White House-advancing spin, the CIA thought there was a protest outside the Benghazi consulate for 11 entire days after the attack. This is amazing....

The most effective argument for President Obama in tonight’s foreign policy debate is consistent with the one the Democrats have been using as their all-purpose...

Mitt Romney gained three points since last week in the Politico/GWU battleground tracking poll, but the bigger news is that he’s leading President Obama by...

We’ve been seeing some interesting “scoops” about Benghazi on the eve of the foreign policy debate. Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times reported that there’s “no...

As Jonathan wrote, the New York Times caused a stir over the weekend with its report that the Obama administration agreed to one-on-one talks with...

Much of the country will be watching tonight’s presidential debate in Boca Raton, Florida. Both sides are playing, as they have before each of the...