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December 10, 2013

As part of their attempt to pivot away from the ObamaCare rollout fiasco and broken promises as well as a year of scandals and legislative...

In his testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee today, Secretary of State John Kerry had two objectives. One was to justify the nuclear deal...

A common misconception that fuels much of the left’s discourse on American economic policy is the conflation of fighting poverty with fighting inequality. That is...

It has been no pleasure to write about the anti-Israel activity in academia this year, beginning in April with the Association for Asian-American Studies resolution...

You know a president is in deep trouble when even an improving economy can’t boost his popularity. That’s the situation facing Barack Obama, as optimism...

Americans who marveled at the tone-deaf extravagance and the parody-worthy self-importance of Barack Obama’s 2008 acceptance of his party’s nomination could be forgiven for thinking...

Over the weekend, while doing research for an essay, I re-read Catherine Drinker Bowen’s wonderful book Miracle at Philadelphia: The Story of the Constitutional Convention...

From the you-can’t-make-this-stuff-up department: Last week, TSA agents at the St. Louis airport confiscated a gun--from a sock monkey! The monkey, Rooster Monkburn (homage to John Wayne...

President Obama has not always embraced the notion that he is the leader of the free world. Far too often, he has preferred to pose...

Dan Rather was once among the most powerful figures in American media. Which is why watching him today is a particularly poignant and painful thing.  Consider...

Our friends at the Tikvah Fund have been engaging for years in a splendid effort to offer deeper education to adults in the bonds between...