Post Archive

September 19, 2013

Earlier this month, I traveled to Zagan, Poland, to talk to a Polish military unit on their way to Afghanistan. I had never heard of...

When investigating financial matters, the old adage is “follow the money.” That works in politics very often as well. As John Hinderaker points out over...

For some conservatives, using the threat of a government shutdown to defund the Affordable Care Act is an issue with which they have honest differences...

Several pundits and advocacy groups have bought the notion hook, line, and sinker that sanctions are hurting sick Iranians. The problem is that it is...

President Obama may be coming under withering criticism from his own former secretaries of defense for his hesitant and uncertain conduct vis-à-vis Syria. But he...

Against the backdrop of Washington’s collective Attention Deficit Disorder, the coup in Egypt is ancient history and the Gezi Park demonstrations in Turkey are forgotten....