Published July 29, 2010
Nearly nine years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, how are we doing at national security and homeland security? Short answer: Not well.
Published July 22, 2010
Angela Jolie is "Tab-Trapped." She is now better known currently for her paparazzi-snapped off-screen antics than her filmed onscreen acts.
Published July 01, 2010
Even in a darkened theater, one can sense the conservative imprinting on the youthful audience. This is the genius of the movie: It’s an argument for restraint, for delayed gratification.
Published June 28, 2010
Senator Robert Byrd was willing to do some of the hard work of freedom, which includes knowing where your freedom comes from and how it can exist only within the framework of a Constitutional Republic.
Published June 22, 2010
If the president fires Gen. McChrystal, his administration will see an enormous blow-up over Afghanistan policy, with critics on both the hawkish right and the dovish left pounding away at the commander in chief in the muddled middle.
Published May 28, 2010
“Prince of Persia” is based on a videogame of the same name that debuted back in 1989. The whole premise of “Prince” is at least somewhat conservative.
Published May 25, 2010
Suddenly Obama is talking tough on border security.
Published May 10, 2010
What happened to President Obama, the man who ran for office as the high-tech candidate of cool?
Published May 02, 2010
One of the reminders of Saturday's foiled terrorist is that we need to monitor dangerous people and their actions.
Published April 14, 2010
If our president prefers pleasant illusion over stark reality, we are all at risk, everywhere. And we all need to pay attention.