• The week that was

    The week that was

    A review of the week’s top stories.

  • Scottish independence vote fails

    Scottish independence vote fails

    Centralization is the great menace to healthy national union in the 21st century.

  • Your 'to do' list to save America

    Your ‘to do’ list to save America

    When it comes to politics, conservatives need to learn one thing from liberals: All that matters is winning.

  • Half the Iraqi army is useless, and the other half needs work

    Half the Iraqi army is useless, and the other half needs work

    The Iraqi side of the anti-ISIS triangle is shaky, the Syrian side is sheer fantasy, and there is no Plan B.

  • 3000 U.S. troops headed for Africa to fight Ebola

    3000 U.S. troops headed for Africa to fight Ebola

    Ebola suddenly goes from being a faraway problem Americans shouldn’t worry about, to getting a bigger military commitment than ISIS.

  • Obama's guide to hostage-taking

    Obama’s guide to hostage-taking

    Beheading is a feature for these guys, not a bug, Mr. President.

  • Obama's 'war speech'

    Obama’s ‘war speech’

    It was an amateur mistake to declare a coalition BEFORE lining it up. The result is yet another hit to America’s international prestige.

  • Get angry now

    Get angry now

    Surveying the wreckage of a mere two years of a Democratic president with a Democratic Congress, all Americans should be focused like a laser beam on putting the Senate in Republican hands.

  • Obama's strategy to manage the ISIS problem

    Obama’s strategy to manage the ISIS problem

    Every military operation has a political dimension, but this feels too much like politics with a military dimension.

  • Republicans outfox Dems with anti-free-speech bill

    Republicans outfox Dems with anti-free-speech bill

    “Stop us before we waste more of America’s time!” is not a winning 2014 campaign strategy for Democrats.