Post Archive

May 21, 2013

Lois Lerner seemed to have gotten her proverbial 15 minutes of fame after being the first one to let slip the news that the Internal...

When Chris Christie retained his high approval numbers into 2013, it threw a wrench into the plans and expectations of the New Jersey Democratic Party....

No, I’m not going to tell a religious joke here on the blog, but I will staunchly defend anyone’s right to poke fun or criticize...

Critics of U.S. involvement in both Iraq and Afghanistan often make two mutually exclusive points. The first is that the wars have been tremendously costly,...

I guess Senator Rand Paul reads Contentions. At least his opening statement tracks what I wrote this morning exactly. He said, for instance, "I am offended...

The New York Times is worried about the IRS scandal--but not for the reasons that have alarmed most Americans. Since the paper actually encouraged the...

As I noted earlier today, the government’s treatment of Fox News reporter James Rosen betrayed the Obama administration’s unhinged obsession with targeting journalists. But as...

The ongoing IRS scandal has struck such a nerve with the public because it is a clear example of a prying, ever-present government abusing its...

At the beginning of the Syrian civil war, many of Bashar Assad's longtime allies were wary of openly supporting a discredited dictator who was slaughtering...

I recently spent a week in Afghanistan, traveling around the country, from Kabul to Kandahar and Helmand. One of my biggest takeaways was that the...

Earlier this week I wrote a piece about how Barack Obama was criticizing “Washington’s priorities” and the IRS scandal, as if he had not been...

The New York Times is in a state of the highest dudgeon this morning as it reported that, “Even as Apple became the nation’s most...