On Iran, healthcare, and the economy, things might have been a lot different.
Many of the region’s key actors are facing existential threats.
Obama’s foreign policy has been centered on confusion and weakness; a Romney foreign policy would be centered on clarity and strength.
The Obama administration has a lot of explaining to do.
There’s no good alternative.
Some thoughts on the anti-Western violence in the Middle East.
How the Democratic Party’s subservience to unions hurts America.
Americans aren’t interested in international affairs. That needs to change.
A critique of two video commentaries recently published by the UK’s Guardian newspaper.
The Republican brand is being damaged by the party’s hypocrisy on questions of freedom vs. state interference.
This week, Russian authorities arrested Alexey Navalny, one of Putin’s biggest critics.
Anti-Islamic sentiment has no place in the GOP.
Administration officials are sacrificing national security in order to assist the president’s campaign.
Europe doesn’t have the military capability to intervene in places like Syria.
The Israeli prime minister believes Israel must do whatever it takes to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.