Post Archive

November 8, 2012

Leftists in both Israel and the United States would like President Obama to try and impose a peace plan on Israel in his second term....

Conservatives still reeling from the presidential election and the loss of some very winnable Senate seats can take comfort in a rather significant consolation prize:...

Congressional Republicans aren’t letting up on the Benghazi investigations, and they’re planning a series of committee hearings next week. The House Foreign Affairs Committee has...

The battle over the "fiscal cliff" resumed yesterday, and so far it’s sounding much more mellow than it was before the election. In a speech,...

What impact did foreign policy have on the presidential election? Not much, to judge by the Fox News exit poll showing that only 5 percent...

The inevitable narrative after a presidential election is that the losing side is on its way to extinction. In 2008, the argument was that the...

President Obama started his first term seeking to distance the United States from Israel in an effort to jump-start Middle East peace talks. As it...

With the president’s election victory still fresh in their minds, Democrats are assuming that Tuesday’s results mean that Congressional Republicans are bound to bow to...

By all accounts, given President Obama’s focus on domestic policy initiatives in his first term, he will play the “flexibility” card he promised the Putin/Medvedev...

It may be tempting for some to try to turn anti-Muslim filmmaker Mark Bassely Youssef, who was blamed by the Obama administration for the attack in...

To follow up on my previous item on how much trouble Republicans face with Latino (and other minority) voters, take a look at the results...

Republicans are still licking their wounds today, but from the sound of it, some in the Romney campaign aren’t letting go of their vendetta with...