Post Archive

October 31, 2013

Last summer when Egypt’s military intervened in a conflict between a protest movement composed of what appeared to be tens of millions of citizens and...

I’ve been quite critical of President Obama over the course of his presidency. Earlier this week, for example, I wrote a piece in which I accused...

Ted Cruz and Rand Paul have a lot in common. Both senators have engaged in symbolic filibusters this year against Obama administration policies and have...

In the wake of the government shutdown, some Tea Party supporters who are frustrated at the way their tactic not only failed but also hurt...

The ongoing debacle that is the administration’s rollout of ObamaCare has reignited debate about technocracy and big-government liberalism. But Democrats who worry that their mode...

The magic bullet of American politics is no secret. When in doubt or when they are backed into a corner—as they are now with ObamaCare’s...

Disingenuous. That’s the word President Obama used yesterday in Boston to describe those who are calling him out for promising Americans they could keep their...

Jonathan correctly pointed yesterday to Palestinian lionization of vicious killers as an indication of cultural attitudes that make peace impossible. But there’s another indicator that...

Forbes is out with its annual list of the world’s most powerful people, and the introduction leaves no doubt who tops the list this year:...

A post-script to yesterday’s congressional testimony by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius: In response to a question, she said, “Hold me accountable for...

The good news is that the budget deficit of the federal government for fiscal 2013 fell by $309 billion, about 30 percent, to its lowest...