We probably shouldn’t have occupied Iraq in the first place.
The synchronized dancing and swimming demonstrations were remarkable as was the evident rapture of the appreciative spectators.
Where is the principled leadership among Jewish and Christian clergy?
A new film about the Iranian regime highlights the mortal danger they represent to the U.S. and the West. (And don't miss "POLIWOOD- Iranium: The film Ahmadinejad does not want you to see.")
It's not surprising that Nir Rosen felt he could get away with making offensive remarks about Lara Logan's attack in Egypt. This time, though, he happened to have hit on a subject that was offensive to leftist sensibilities.
No longer basking in the glow of the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl victory, my friends on the other side of the Illinois/Wisconsin border are positively beside themselves at the insane behavior of their public servants.
The budget battle has come to NASA, where a massive amount of money is being spent on something that has nothing to do with NASA's mission.
Serving up Israel when the going gets tough is what Arab dictators and demagogues do at regular intervals. The United States should not join them. (Update: US vetoes resolution condemning settlements.)
And you thought the only lesson Americans could learn from our cousins across the Atlantic was the need to cut back on government in the face of gigantic debts.
The hard left's unsurprising romance with the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamist organizations. (Also read: It begins: Qaradawi to lead Friday prayers in Cairo at the Tatler.)
Belief in Cloward-Piven, the Saul Alinsky game plan, and Obama's desire to destroy the country are symptoms of an irrational mindset among some on the right.
It wasn’t celebratory that night Lara Logan was attacked. It was terrifying.
One month in, the Republican makes waves. (And don't miss "Florida governor saves Florida taxpayers from a rail disaster," at the Tatler.)
Agustin Blazquez has produced a compelling film that demolishes the radical heartthrob’s reputation as a brave guerrilla fighting on behalf of the oppressed.
Every project undertaken by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will involve citizens and activists having their say.
Three reasons why the push for civility in politics ultimately fails in its objective to improve the tone of political speech. (And don't miss "The white truck was oppressive," at the Tatler and Ed Driscoll's "The era of new civility is over.")
Two more years of Obama is all any Republican candidate may need.
The current level of federal spending can't continue. The administration says: "Yes it can. Try and stop us." (Also read the Tatler's take on how likely voters view Obama's budget.)
It's a war of ideas both sides ought to lose. (UPDATE: Also read Bryan Preston's blistering response to a pro-alarmism Politico editorial at the Tatler.)
A new poll hints at hope for a pro-Western future. (Also read "Terrible: CBS reporter sexually assaulted and beaten while covering Egypt’s riots" and "Latest on Logan assault: Crowd chanted ‘Jew! Jew!’" at the Tatler.)
The takeaway lesson from Obama's proposed budget? Look before you leap into a car with a community organizer at the wheel. (Also read Richard Pollock at the Tatler: "When today means today, and when it doesn’t, at the White House.")