Countering Russian active measures against the West is a priority for the Administration and Congress.
An independent attitude is the linchpin of collective defense.
The best way to NATO members to meet their commitments is to combat corruption and kleptocracy.
Maybe Kim Jong Un is playing Saddam Hussein’s old game.
What Obama’s reckless behavior in the lead-up to the budget sequester deadline tells us about his presidency.
Republican members of Congress aren’t afraid of Grover Norquist; they’re afraid of their constituents.
Why didn’t the administration send the military in to rescue the Americans in Benghazi?
The administration’s weak response to yesterday’s Cairo protests may have emboldened Islamists.
How will the media frame Romney’s victory in Illinois?
She’s hoping to walk away from a brokered convention as the GOP’s nominee.
In “Mormons Believe … What?!” Gary Lawrence explains what Mormons believe and, more importantly, what they don’t.