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June 14, 2013

On April 23, 2007, then-Senator and future presidential candidate Barack Obama gave a speech in which he said this: Until we change our approach in Iraq,...

Yesterday’s decision by the Obama administration to arm Syrian rebels ended years of American dithering while more than 90,000 people were slaughtered by the Assad...

If there's one thing that liberals seem uncomfortable with above all else, it's the importance of personal responsibility. With many issues that divide the right...

Rick Santorum has had a hard time getting in the discussion about 2016. The deep bench of Republican contenders for the next presidential election has...

The election of 2016 is still a long way off, but that hasn't stopped pundits and prognosticators (like us) from endlessly debating who may be...

Give Secretary of State John Kerry some credit. His blind faith in the magic of his diplomatic prowess has led him to embark on a...

Following up on its publication of the NSA surveillance program, the Guardian introduced the world to its source, Edward Snowden, painting an expectedly sympathetic portrait...

My Ethics and Public Policy Center colleague Yuval Levin was awarded on Wednesday night the Bradley Prize for 2013. (The other worthy recipients were Paul...

As Jonathan Tobin noted yesterday, the Palestinian Authority has voiced vehement opposition to Natan Sharansky’s plan to build an egalitarian prayer section at the Western...