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In recent months, there’s been a lot of speculation about whether President Obama would use his last months in office to take a parting shot...

If he did nothing else, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, with his speech to a joint session of Congress, started a national conversation on the merits,...

Any time tensions rise between President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu, the two leaders are treated to a two-step process: headlines proclaiming the U.S.-Israel relationship...

Today is George H.W. Bush’s 90th birthday. That is certainly an event worth celebrating, and may he enjoy many more. But it is also illustrative...

Jonathan Tobin noted yesterday that the Obama administration’s decision to continue funding the Palestinian Authority despite its inclusion of Hamas is a clear violation of...

Love Jimmy Carter or hate him, one thing is certain: The Iranian hostage crisis paralyzed his presidency and contributed heavily to his political downfall. A...

Jimmy Carter has steadily embraced ever-more leftist and extreme causes since his 1980 election loss. In recent years, he has found his own club of...

Former President Jimmy Carter is back in the news this week publicizing a new book about women’s rights. But, as is often the case with...

Former President Jimmy Carter has a poor reputation on many issues, among them Venezuela, where pro-democracy activists view him as a stalwart ally of the...

I have a high regard for Paul Mirengoff, who writes for Powerlineblog.com. In a recent post, Mirengoff, in responding to something I had written, said...

Next Tuesday a lot of media attention will be focused on President Obama’s State of the Union address. It need not be. As a general matter,...

Gary Sick, a Carter administration National Security Council aide, took to the pages of USA Today this past week to argue that the congressional bill...