Obama’s six-day trip to Europe — high on style but low on substance — was far more about creating photo opportunities than it was about strengthening the transatlantic relationship.
Truthers, birthers, and the idea that Obama is a secret Muslim are conspiracy theories that pale in comparison to the fantastical notion that ...
Should an important Air Force contract be awarded to a Brazilian company, despite our trade and foreign policy differences with that country?
If on November 6, 2012, you enter the voting booth and remain undecided on how to cast your ballot for president, pause to consider a single Supreme Court decision handed down last week.
How the accusatory left tortures the meaning of words.
The perfect musical experience — and the perfect charity — for Memorial Day.
The president violates his own so-called moral imperatives.
The question that ended the last malaise comes back to haunt us now.
I'm far from a fan of this president, and this speech did not by any stretch win me to his side. But one cannot help but be inspired by what Obama said at Sunday's memorial service.
Woody Allen’s latest effort is a love letter to both Paris and the director's own earlier, funnier movies. It also sees fit to mock Republicans and tea partiers.
Chaim Nachman Bialik’s great poem about Russia's Kishinev pogrom of 1903 needs to be read and re-read.
Based on the sum of Barack Obama's lifetime of personal choices, Cain's assertion is remarkably reasonable and evidence-based.
Like his predecessor, the president has embraced the concept of spreading democracy in the Middle East.
Is Obama's latest economic initiative boon or boondoggle?
Has the mystery of one of our biggest political metaphors been revealed?
The director has created a mesmerizing work centered on a deep wellspring of respect for the omnipotent.
For the last forty years in the U.S. — longer in other places — a worm has been gnawing at the roots and sickening the tree of civilization. That worm is the philosophy of Karl Marx.
If they touch it, they end up breaking it.
At AIPAC, tea partiers and Christians stand together.
The UN appeasers of butchers Mladic and Slobodan Milosevic today demonize Jews, the West, and support Muslim dictatorships.
With 9% unemployment, slow growth, the housing market in the dumps, and record foreclosures, what's there to complain about?
Tracking the daily activity of the Palin camp, which just announced today that she's hitting the (campaign?) trail.
The Hangover Part II is so desperate to bring back the wild times of its 2009 predecessor that it winds up being kind of sad — like watching a washed-up athlete who doesn’t realize the magic is gone.
Environmental groups are issuing frightening claims that there's a dark side to my morning routine.