As with the "red line" debacle, the administration attempts to edit the transcript. IRAN: Kerry says U.S. was "very, very close" to deal.
It's not "lead from behind." It's "inaction, by any means."
Coolidge's ideals still resonate, as reflected by Carson's much-loved recent speech. (Related: For Ed Driscoll's recent interview with Amity Shlaes, the author of Coolidge, click here.)
Obama represents a fourth stage of the path begun by Woodrow Wilson.
Red lines “don’t lead to war; red lines prevent war.”
A left-wing professor writing about Zionism unintentionally scores in the "Bad Writing Competition."
Lost in the glare of the ObamaCare decision: last week, the Supreme Court overturned 32 of 33 statutes.
During the oral argument on ObamaCare, the justice who most concisely destroyed the government’s argument that it was a “tax” was ... John Roberts.
A new book by Professor Bernard Wasserstein glosses over some important facts.
It is a short step from ObamaCare to ObamaCars and beyond, with no constitutional limitation to stop the movement.
The nature of negotiations that are too big to fail is that no one ever wants to declare them a failure.
What does it mean when a U.S. president says he will not "tolerate" a nuclear weapon?
Recall then-Senator Obama's "no" vote for Justice Roberts' confirmation?
Can an American citizen born in Jerusalem list "Israel" as his nation of birth?
Obama has lacked any real strategy and relied instead on rhetoric in approaching the Israel-Palestinian question.
Why there is a good chance the individual mandate will be struck down by the Supreme Court.
The job has proven to be too big for the president.
Ready for the government to regulate the interstate commerce in your stomach?
Yes, an actual trust, with an actual fund.
When Obama endorsed the Palestinian demand for indefensible borders, Netanyahu followed a long tradition in opposing them.
There is a connection between Palin and Revere, unrelated to his Midnight Ride, which bears on her coming decision about running for president.
What President Obama and top Democratic congressional leaders are trying to slip under the radar in private negotiations.