Republicans can win big in 2010 and 2012 by talking less about social issues and more about economic liberty and federalism.
The president's shortcomings have placed the Afghan war effort in serious jeopardy.
If he is wise, the president will put the straw men to bed and address the serious concerns raised by his opponents.
Bringing Gitmo detainees to U.S. prisons is a disaster waiting to happen.
Iranian dissidents are risking their lives fighting for their future. The silence from the White House is deafening.
Their interpretation of events in Iran and Lebanon has combined self-righteousness with ignorance.
Does he really believe that the terror group exists only because of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute?
The time for talking is over. Now is the time for action.
The former VP is doing the country a service by crystallizing the insane nature of the debate over detainee policy.
The president made the right decision — but the pitchfork crowd isn't happy.
Obama's remarks at this week's press conference cast grave doubts on his understanding of a president's most important responsibility.
Pundits are working overtime to convince you that the world can live with nuclear-armed mullahs. But it can't.
Exploiting a detainee's idiosyncrasies, cultural inclinations, religious superstitions, and psychological defects is not objectively torture.
The danger to America will multiply if Obama is perceived as weak and indecisive early on.
Rather than making a clean break with Bush's failed economic policies, Obama is doubling down on them.
Thin-skinned President Corleone and his crew go after their enemies.
One suspects that Iran and al-Qaeda won't believe the stroke of midnight on August 31, 2010 will mark the end of their war on us.
If you could change history, would you really take the Iraq war back?
What did you expect from a leftist upstart who promised the world, and more, to his loyal adherents?
Bush leaves Obama a far more hopeful Africa and Middle East than he inherited from his predecessor.
Let's give the man his due, starting with his policy achievements in Europe, Latin America, and Asia.
He could have chosen fame and fortune, but Warren Wolf wouldn't leave the small town he loved.