Published August 04, 2010
The accomplishment in Iraq should remind us that our nation, while imperfect like any of man’s endeavors, remains the greatest force of freedom in history.
Published July 21, 2010
The new sanctions placed on North Korea on Wednesday appear to not administer much additional pain to the country.
Published July 02, 2010
Instead of simply riding favorable winds, Steele has repeatedly made himself a negative issue and turned the RNC from an asset for Republicans seeking office into a liability.
Published June 30, 2010
Less than three years old, the G20 resembles a college administrator’s view of diversity. What is needed is an international grouping based not on number, but on kind. A better alternative would be a tight grouping of countries that favor freedom and that will be consequential in the 21st century.
Published June 17, 2010
BP’s $20 billion was extracted outside of this legal framework for reasons that have not been explained. There is a high risk that this fund will be doled out based on political, not legal criteria.
Published June 09, 2010
The two big GOP nomination races, for governor and U.S. senator, were won easily by Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina.
Published May 18, 2010
The Obama administration appears to be unable to distinguish between the reasonable Arizona immigration law and the acts of merciless dictators in China. It's a vivid illustration of Obama's 'Blame America First' policy.
Published May 13, 2010
Even if sanctions emerge from the U.N. or Congress, it is no longer plausible that they could prevent or significantly delay Iran from getting the bomb.
Published April 21, 2010
Will the probable end of Sen. Barbara Boxer’s career be a one-time event or the beginning of a new trend in the Golden State?
Published March 23, 2010
Here's how conservatives and moderates can turn Sunday’s vote into the modern left’s final chapter rather than its ultimate triumph.