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Barack Obama

Democrats who projected onto Barack Obama idealized powers of logic and persuasion anticipated that the president’s aura alone would reverse the many perceived ills of...
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In 1962, the historian Daniel Boorstin produced an influential book called The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America, which bemoaned, even then, the triumph...
Fidel Castro

Cuba was a nation of 7 million people when Fidel Castro took it over on New Year's Eve 1960, and with a tiny economy—although its economy...
Cuba

In a body as reflexively anti-Western as the United Nations, it is no surprise that the United States often finds itself under attack. Previously, American...

COMMENTARY Editor John Podhoretz and his colleagues Noah Rothman and Abe Greenwald express their deep sympathy for poor President Obama — he got his nice...
Cuba

"He often used the phrase 'Yes we can - si se puede,” averred the opening act for the President of the United States upon his...
taiwan

President Barack Obama is set to visit Cuba next month, the first presidential visit to that autocratic nation since Fidel Castro led the communist revolution....
Barack Obama

As he prepares for his historic visit to communist Cuba in March, one imagines that Barack Obama sees himself as Ronald Reagan strolling through Red...
Barack Obama

The stunning details revealed in a Wall Street Journal report published on Wednesday expose the extent to which President Barack Obama and the coterie of...
Pope Francis

This is a week when Americans will celebrate Pope Francis, and no one in any of the cities that he will visit appears to be...
Democratic foreign policy

One of the most remarkable accomplishments of the Obama presidency is that he has undermined virtually all of the few but nevertheless enduring foreign policy...
Cuba relations with the United States

Talk to any Beltway insider and they’ll tell you that President Barack Obama’s administration is on the right side of history in its quest to...