Published June 18, 2013
President Obama and other Democrats keep talking about avoiding “another Iraq” and avoiding a “rush to war” similar to the 18-month run up to the invasion of Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship.
Published June 17, 2013
President Obama’s domestic woes are delighting America’s foreign foes.
Published June 14, 2013
The only time that the impending involvement of U.S. forces in a genocidal Middle Eastern civil war can be considered good political news is when the alternative story is bad enough.
Published June 13, 2013
In the little that President Obama has said publicly about his administration’s recently exposed domestic surveillance programs he has returned to the overall motif of his presidency: warning against excessive distrust of the federal government.
Published June 12, 2013
Whatever your political bent, there’s a problem with the Obama administration tailor-made for you.
Published June 11, 2013
Whether you think Edward Snowden a hero, a traitor or something else, his very existence is proof of serious problems inside the national security apparatus.
Published June 10, 2013
President Obama says it’s time for a national dialogue about the government spying on citizens. But which side will he be taking, if he takes one at all?
Published June 07, 2013
Do you trust your government?
Published June 06, 2013
Last night, liberal House Democrats were agonizing over their doomed effort to help President Obama’s effort to import several dozen foreign inmates at the Guantanamo Bay prisoner of war camp in Cuba.
Published June 05, 2013
In politics, loyalty sometimes trumps pragmatism. It almost always trumps competency.