The recent 60 Minutes expose on Greg Mortenson, the author of the bestselling Three Cups of Tea, has prompted me to reflect on the question: why was this guy a household name and international hero?
To Deflect and to Swerve: Inside the not-so-elite ranks of the LAPD's Officers Club.
We get the worst government we're prepared to tolerate.
In an effort to undermine the Assad regime, the State Department gave millions of dollars to what they define as "liberal and moderate" Islamist groups.
More media hype: this is not remotely the most deaths we've seen in a season, and the total reported number of tornadoes will drop as we figure out which reports were of the same twisters.
Beyond today's myriad fiscal woes, we’re just months away from a potential economic Pearl Harbor, and yet all we hear from Obama is happy talk.
The Latino community's disgust for Obama has turned into contempt for the man and his policies.
Recent events in Iran have exposed serious rifts between Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. Plus, reports claim the U.S. is, inexplicably, still trying to talk the Iranians back from the nuclear brink.
An al-Qaeda spokesman cited in an Arabic-language daily appeared to confirm the terror group’s presence in the eastern Libyan rebellion — until the spokesman denied he ever said it.
Said Issa: "If you made a decision this felony stupid you shouldn't be making decisions any longer on behalf of the American people."
April 27, Hawleh: Video of Assad's forces spraying bullets at a crowd.
Congressional sources disclose further revelations. Is more Bush blame and media blackout on the way?
The president's cousin passes his considered judgment in First Do No Harm.
What will it take to convince them? (Also read Bruce Bawer: "Ten suspicious things about Obama’s birth certificate." [link fixed])
Beneath Gaddafi's theatrics, Libya struggles in a tangle of loyalties.
If this proposal is to have any teeth, we need to ensure that a new seat specifically for Mother Earth is added to the hallowed hall of the UN.
The Russians are asking exorbitant fees to transport our astronauts to the space station while preventing American private companies from doing the job.
Take a bow for the new revolution: for all the naive optimism of some foreign observers, Cuba hasn’t really changed.
The Donald quenches the deep and abiding thirst of countless Americans who have longed to hear unashamed sentiments from our politicians.
An interview with one of the producers of The Ground Zero Mosque: Second Wave of 9/11 Attacks.
Thanks to the left, prices will keep on rising, too. (Update: Ed Driscoll adds, "CNN Neuters Obama" and the presidential impact on gas prices.)
Iran may even have to junk it and start from scratch.
Compliance fees have surpassed — surpassed! — the deficit.