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August 1, 2013

There is nothing particularly shocking or surprising about the content of the story published today by the New York Times about Israeli attacks on missile...

Every business has a business model. Some go for prestige, selling the label as well as the product. That’s why a Mercedes costs a lot...

You can tell the Russian government is enjoying needling the Obama administration over Edward Snowden. Yes, the Putin regime likes the attention it gets, the...

For the past three years, liberals and Democrats have bemoaned the Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United decision that invalidated parts of the McCain-Feingold campaign finance...

Even optimists about the new round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks acknowledge that the Hamas problem makes it difficult to imagine an actual agreement coming out...

The decision by Tom Cotton, a rising Republican star and congressman from Arkansas, to challenge Democratic Senator Mark Pryor fits seamlessly into the news of...

As expected, the House of Representatives passed a bill enacting tough new economic sanctions on Iran yesterday afternoon. The 400-20 vote, which was preceded by...

As I noted yesterday, the coming months will be decisive with regard to Iran’s nuclear program. This is an issue on which everyone would prefer...

Senators Mike Lee, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and Marco Rubio insist they will fund the government only if it defunds the Affordable Care Act (ACA)....