Once again, a timely atrocity supports his agenda.
The economy is primed to fail as Vladimir Putin looks to distract with show trials.
Appeasing the dictator, 140 characters at a time.
A second pageant winner has the courage to confront the dictator.
Firing up the proletariat with anti-Americanism: hey, it worked last time.
Putin continues his attempt to rehabilitate the monster's image.
Vladimir Putin has a great supporter within U.S. higher education.
His absurd response to the U.S. Congress finally challenging him by passing the Magnitsky law.
A draconian new law empowers the Kremlin to block websites for mercilessly criticizing the Russian dictator.
The energy sector is in danger of collapsing.
It’s not just the increase in recipients: Obama allows each recipient to receive much more. Can’t blame that on Bush.
Looking forward to that second term "flexibility" Obama promised.
What we do know: the White House does not want anyone noticing the enemy Russia has become. (More from Bridget Johnson: Why Was a Russian Attack Sub Lurking in the Gulf of Mexico?)
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny is headed to Siberia.
His policy speech on how to handle the Putin regime is well-considered.
The MSM concocted a fake revolution to aid Obama.
Putin threatens war over U.S. policy, but see-no-evil Obama continues "smart diplomacy."
Hoping for another protest movement, mainstream outlets irresponsibly report on Russia.
Prokhorov is likely a foil, as Putin wants to split the opposition vote.
Had the U.S. taken a part in denouncing him, Putin could have lost his majority.
But are they all talk? Some advice for where to take action.