The wife of Britain's new D.C. ambassador is the sister of a convicted Democratic mega-fundraiser. Also read: Euro Deal Leaves Britain in Splendid Isolation
The leadership of the Church of England are making fools of themselves in supporting Occupy London.
The pro-America, pro-Israel, free-market, climate change skeptic pol gets caught in a scandal.
The crude, inaccurate weapons of the NATO-backed rebels are killing civilians.
Britain's political left just can't wait to justify violence, destruction, and degradation.
All the hypocrisy in the world can't destroy his media empire. Also read Mike's latest about the BBC and the phone hacking scandal at the Tatler.
The intervention in Libya is the half-blood child of multilateralism, an intervention driven in part by genuine humanitarian concerns and in part by naked self-interest.
Moderate feminists should open their eyes as to just how far women’s rights have slipped down the left’s traditional pecking order of causes.
Britain's former PM stands by his decision to support the war to topple Saddam.
Britain should join the push to ban the oppressive garment, and attitudes in the U.S. must change as well.
On Monday, backroom deals between the two left-leaning parties did not go over well with the UK electorate.
America needs the conservatism of Thatcher, not Cameron.
Britain now wants to store everyone's calls, texts, emails, and sites visited. Is this conservative or liberal? Freedom or tyranny?
A media circus starring the Holocaust-denying, openly racist leader of an openly racist party.
Britain is experiencing the literal embodiment of the nanny state — the government telling you who can watch the kids.
There's no need to pull the plug on grandma when you can just pull the plate away.
European Parliament member Daniel Hannan attacks the National Health Service on American television.
As the troop death toll rises in Afghanistan, the British government looks to silence military leaders who say they are under-equipped.
Virtually all political violence over the past century has demonstrably come from the "far-left."
At least the protesters are united — which is more than can be said for the world leaders.
The Tonight Show comment was just one example of a slip-up when the umbilical cord that links Obama to his teleprompter is severed.
The prime minister clearly needed the president more than the president needed him.
The UK can't make up its mind between fighting extremists and coddling them.