Post Archive

July 2013

The recent dustup over the presence of a “pro-secessionist and neo-confederate” activist on the staff of Senator Rand Paul raised the danger that some oddball...

The part of John McCain’s interview with the New Republic getting the most attention today is where he admits to being conflicted over whether, in...

It’s not exactly a secret that Senator Ted Cruz and his staff have gotten under the skin of many of his fellow Republicans. In the...

Supporters of appeasement of Iran are worried. In the last month, the foreign policy establishment has been promoting the idea that new Iranian President Hassan...

Sometimes the legislative process moves too slowly. Had Rand Paul’s amendment to a Senate appropriations bill that called for $1.5 billion in aid to Egypt...

Speaker of the House John Boehner boxed himself in on immigration reform, but an article in National Journal makes a compelling case that he has...

The best argument I’ve yet seen for bombing Iran’s nuclear facilities imminently is a chilling new report from the Washington-based Institute for Science and International...

If you were in the mood for a fast-food meal yesterday or today in several parts of the country, you were in for a surprise:...

For a press corps that can’t wait to start covering the 2016 horse race, the exchanges this past week between New Jersey Governor Chris Christie...

There’s an increasingly contentious debate within the GOP over whether Republicans should oppose any bill to fund the government or increase the debt limit that...

One of the sources of frustration for many of the participants in popular uprisings over the last couple of years is that the same qualities...

While Secretary of State John Kerry is spending most of his time in office desperately trying to revive peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians,...