Inhofe-Toomey sequester alternative takes shape
“We certainly aren’t going to give the Obama administration a blank check to make cuts.”
Cuba celebrates ‘normalized relations’ by murdering refugees
The Left is very comfortable with indentured servitude, provided the masters spout fashionable political rhetoric.
Obama’s giveaway deal with Cuba may hurt his party in 2016
Barack Obama continues to embrace low-tier, go-it-alone executive actions to pad out the last two years of his mistake-filled, agenda-less presidency in a hopeless hunt for a legacy.
Obama coddles up to dictators once again
Liberty is not something conjured up in ivory towers or by a president whose lust for power knows no bounds.
The Cuba Deal: Coexisting and profiting with tyrants
The release of three convicted Cuban spies and operatives and the disregard for the unrelenting oppression of political freedoms are a high cost to pay.
Taliban kills over 120 kids
The latest outrage from the vast global pack of self-styled lone-wolf clerics who somehow misread the same totally peaceful dogma in exactly the same way.
Hostage crisis in Sydney
The black flag of Islamist terror is raised in the hands of terrified hostages. UPDATED: terrorist identified as radical cleric Man Haron Monis; police assault cafe and take him down.
Beijing outlasts the Hong Kong democracy movement
Every society is challenged. Authoritarian regimes tend to deliver stern replies.
Terrorism Risk Insurance Act: A conservative’s perspective
What would Thomas Jefferson have done?
Hagel didn’t start the fire
Undeniably, U.S. foreign policy is in a shambles. But what were the “decisions” that produced the “incredible debacle”?
A bad solution to the wrong problem
The Obama Administration’s response to the synagogue attack in Jerusalem goes beyond moral equivalence, into blatant amorality and utter madness.