Year of the (War) Horse
He’s apparently a funny, funny guy
‘The Israelis know there is no hope of any help from outside. They’re going to have to go it alone, if they go it at all’
Nuclear weapons keep us safe. Eliminating them would be a mistake.
Huntsman demos foreign policy knowledge, talks 2012 in discussion with former secretary of state
10 Questions with Matt Labash - TheDC
The Weekly Standard writer on Cheney, Hitchens and the three books that influenced him most
Twenty-Four Seven - TheDC
Former secretary of state warns the White House is attempting to overcompensate for being caught off guard by the Egyptian uprising
The U.S. and China will always be competitors. We shouldn’t delude ourselves into thinking otherwise.
The US needs a different approach to dealing with China.
This is a snatch and grab.
Some call the Democrats “socialists,” but I think it is worse than that.
Dueling op-ed columns in two leading newspapers on Thursday morning reflected the battle over who speaks for Reagan
When to START? - TheDC
Obama and GOP reach first post-election standoff over Russian arms treaty
The author discusses how the days of the Moral Majority are gone and a new Christian politics is taking shape
Former Cuban communist leader claims Bush administration used terrorist to ‘scare the world’
9/11 changed Hitchens. As he witnessed his colleagues justify the brutal attacks on America, he knew he could not stand with them
A delayed ratification of the agreement could be a blow to U.S. leadership around the world as countries could question Obama’s influence within his own country
The Bilderberg Group: fact and fantasy - The Telegraph
With all of the mystery around what the economic elite discuss at their annual meeting it is important to separate truth from conspiracy
So what happens when America and Israel disagree? How do we reconcile our status as citizens of America with our status as Jews?
Politics has never been gentle. John Randolph of Roanoke once said of two of his colleagues, congressmen Robert Wright and John Rea (pronounced Ray), that the House possessed two anomalies “A Wright always wrong; and a Rea without light.”