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There is little question now that at least some Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees abused their position to allow partisanship to determine their actions. Who...

The Wall Street Journal had a long article this weekend on the Obama administration’s decision-making process with regard to Syria. You can read the whole...

The Romney campaign has been oddly mute on the questions surrounding the Benghazi attacks, giving the political media yet another excuse to ignore the story...

Well, pardon me for repeating myself, but we’ve just been treated to another sure sign that the Obama media cult is the littlest bit worried...

The blizzard of polls that emerged yesterday afternoon had morphed into an Obama avalanche by the time dinnertime rolled around. Surveys at the national and...

A flurry of surveys with wildly contradictory results at the national and state levels has caused the New York Times's polling guru, Nate Silver, to...

With apologies to the late William Safire, who came up with this imaginative format: "So Netanyahu wants to meet me when he comes to the States...

Heading into their convention this week, leading Democrats are being asked a simple question about the administration they think Americans should re-elect in November: Are...

On June 14th, 1936, two days after Alf Landon accepted the nomination of the Republican Party for president, a New York Times columnist wrote: The stage...

If four years ago, Barack Obama was the magnetic force around which Democrats rallied, today the relationship between the president and his party appears to...

Heading into the Republican National Convention, the big question for Republicans was whether their candidate could be humanized as well as whether he could deliver...

The 43rd president is the man who didn’t come to dinner at the 2012 Republican National Convention. Other than a brief video tribute of President...