Published November 22, 2010
The new U.S.-Russia START treaty being rushed through the Senate by the White House could stymie our defenses against nuclear threats from North Korea and Iran, hand Russia a tactical nuclear advantage, and further diminish our nuclear arsenal’s declining credibility.
Published November 16, 2010
Mitt Romney's name didn't appear on the ballot in California this November. But Meg Whitman's fate at the ballot box is an important lesson for 2012.
Published November 12, 2010
President Obama’s ‘unprecedented’ fumbling in Asia has led to a major foreign trip with virtually no major accomplishments.
Published October 25, 2010
It is important to understand that this is a serious challenge to our national security. It’s not about government transparency or free speech as WikiLeaks is claiming.
Published October 21, 2010
Juan Williams and Bill O’Reilly were doing something vital for our future on Monday night. They were trying to contribute to a debate that is long overdue in America.
Published October 06, 2010
Most Californians who examine the facts will conclude that Meg Whitman acted reasonably and prudently in the controversy over her former housekeeper. But the left and the mainstream media see this as an opportunity to use emotion and misinformation to distract voters from the state’s liberal legacy.
Published September 27, 2010
It's time for political warfare aimed at helping the North Korean people topple the regime.
Published September 23, 2010
Conservatives, libertarians and other skeptics of big government across America have every reason to be suspicious that Beltway Republicans have yet to come to Jesus. Unfortunately, the 8000-word Pledge to America released yesterday does little to allay those concerns. Notwithstanding many appealing passages and a sharp homage to the Constitution, the document’s origin and effect leave much to be desired.
Published September 06, 2010
Why is Team Obama complaining about alleged human rights abuses to dictators and thugs at the U.N.?
Published August 18, 2010
If Republicans win control of one or both houses of Congress in November they will face three major challenges: convincing voters they have recovered from the period when they spent lavishly and governed like liberals, and paving the way for a conservative president in 2012—the first since Ronald Reagan.