A response to Justice Ginsburg on positive rights and the Constitution.
Why this will be the most consequential century in the history of life on Earth.
No other issue presents a greater cost-benefit ratio.
When it comes to Islamabad, it's time to take off the kid gloves.
Does the government care if American firms violated American law?
We again find ourselves at war with a Middle Eastern dictator. And you may ask yourself, how did we get here? (More from Richard Perle: "Losing Libya VI.")
Collectivism is accomplished behind the politician’s curtain, in the appendixes of contracts nobody reads, comprised of legalese nobody understands.
The entire apparatus of U.S.-Muslim dialogue is controlled by our enemies.
We probably shouldn’t have occupied Iraq in the first place.
This century, less will be more for the CIA.
The connection that Western intelligence agencies fear to make.
A perfect reflection of America's character, Manhattan will be displaying many new skyscrapers in the coming years.
For all the mess in Iraq’s politics, it is the only state in the region that gets to have such messiness and politicking.
The frightening reality is that international institutions like the UN simply aren't set up to prevent a nuclear attack on an American city.
Barack Obama should go to Baghdad at the end of this month and state that the seven-year conflict to free Iraq from tyranny has been won.
Daniels, the anti-Obama, and Ryan, the cerebral ideas man, would be an unbeatable combination in 2012.
Should we allow the government to use our cell phones to track potential dirty bombers?
Obama would do well to model his public personae on the reticent and restrained nature of Calvin Coolidge.
Our Asian ally is a kindred spirit.
Luring fighters out of the group? Good. Bringing the Taliban back into the mainstream? Not so good.
By harping on Harry Reid's racial insensitivity, Republicans only legitimize the left's PC-centric game plan.