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Bill Richardson is not among the top tier of Democratic presidential candidates. But he is notable for having more foreign-policy experience than the leading three:...

At Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate, Tim Russert asked a very simple question of the major candidates, beginning first with Hillary Clinton: Senator Clinton, in 1981,...

The most interesting thing about Hillary Clinton’s rollout of her health care plan yesterday was not the substance of the plan—which is not much different...

On Wednesday, the Obama campaign received an important new endorsement: Zbigniew Brzezinski, best known for having been Jimmy Carter's national security adviser, introduced Obama on...

Fidel Castro, who has long been too ill to appear in public, apparently is healthy enough to share his thoughts with us. His most...

My outrage over Beijing’s cruel treatment of dissidents will just have to wait for another day. I had promised contentions I would write about...

Yesterday's Washington Post reported that Senator Barack Obama claims he can move the country out of "ideological gridlock" and bring the country together more effectively...

On the television program, the Gong Show, any of the three judges could sound a large gong if one of the acts being rehearsed by...

There is a fascinating tidbit buried deep in this Washington Post story on America’s troubled relations with Pakistan’s military dictator Pervez Musharraf. After explaining why...

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, two doves posing as hawks, are fighting a phony war. Who is winning? Obama, on the defensive on account of his...

Barack Obama made headlines yesterday with tough talk about terrorism. Andrew Sullivan called his speech a “JFK Strategy,” alluding to the 1960 charge—the infamous “missile...

The Miami Herald calls it one of the “biggest dust-ups of the presidential race so far,” and the sprinkling continues. At the YouTube Democratic presidential debate...