Post Archive

June 24, 2013

After the Boston Marathon bombing there were questions as to how the FBI missed the threat from the Tsarnaev brothers despite warnings from the Russian...

You might think that with a historically weak recovery and, as John Steele Gordon wrote this morning, worries about the Federal Reserve’s actions affecting the...

When rumors first started after the 2008 election that President Obama was going to nominate Hillary Clinton to serve as secretary of state, there were...

Most critics of the bipartisan immigration reform bill being debated in the Senate were nonplussed by the latest compromise offered by the gang of eight....

Barack Obama’s “reset” with Russia is really going well, don’t you think? Russia is defying America by granting Edward Snowden, who exposed some of the most...

Michael Rubin is on target when he writes today to say that in much of the discussion about the dangerous game Iran has been playing...

Forget “Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?” The hottest real-time game in the world is: Where in the world is Edward Snowden? The rogue...

Such is the interest in Edward Snowden’s travel plans that a plane taking off without him on board is newsworthy. But the news that a...

Secretary of State John Kerry is about to head to the Middle East again to restart the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians. His goal...

One major part of the job of the Federal Reserve is to keep the economy on an even keel, not booming too much nor going...

A major reason why so many American strategists believe it is imperative to aid the Syrian rebels is because Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s fall would...

In an interview with former Governor Sarah Palin, Fox’s Eric Bolling--in speaking in part about the National Security Agency surveillance program--said, “It feels to me...