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All the way back in 2007, Lt. Col. John Nagl suggested, in a paper for the Center for New American Security, that it was time...

Christopher Hitchens doesn’t like The King’s Speech. Not because of its cinematic qualities, which he appreciates, but because of its political ones. According to him,...

A new report released by the Pearl Project, based on the group’s three-and-a-half-year investigation into the 2002 murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl,...

This is a promising development. A gathering of Iraqi Sunni, Shiite, and Christian leaders met in Copenhagen today to discuss whether to issue a religious...

A newly released WikiLeaks cable quotes Ron Dermer, a top adviser to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, telling a U.S. diplomat of Israelis’ frustration with...

After Helen Thomas’s “go back to Germany” rant ended her career last June, there were still some left-wing journalists who twisted themselves into pretzels trying...

A report suggests that Senate Republicans are trying to lure Joe Manchin to switch parties: Aside from his pick of committee assignments (likely the Energy and Natural...

In a story titled “The ego factor: Can Barack Obama change?” Politico highlights a passage from David Remnick’s Obama biography, The Bridge. Remnick quotes White...

The last time I read such slobbery praise was in Laurence Tribe's letter to Obama. The Washington Post on Ted Sorensen: "Amply endowed with the...

Yesterday, in typically measured and tightly reasoned fashion, Michael Gerson made the case that the president is a snob. This is not an observation unique...

Rahm Emanuel is leaving, and American Jewish leaders couldn't care less. In this regard, they have figured out who is running the U.S.-Israel policy (and...

Young people, old people, Hispanics, and independents have all grown weary of Obama. His base is grouchy, sensing that a deluge is coming. And now the...