Why Obama’s favorite words are “I” and “me” and “my.”
Why Obama’s Syria policy is a failure.
What a winning platform for the Republican nominee would look like.
The issues that will matter most to voters in 2012.
The world is watching and waiting for President Obama.
“Our vital national interest” gets an even earlier expiration date.
How necessary is technological know-how to the presidency?
“Unions, environmentalists, teachers, Hispanic immigrants, women, I’m your president.”
The ill-timed decision to cancel the US-Israel missile-defense drills.
Cutting the Pentagon down to size.
Why we need to respond to Iranian provocations like Reagan did.
If the Kim Dynasty’s days are numbered, what will the end look like?
Will the next president have to decide how to rescue the country from itself?
Are Washington and Wall Street merely imitating us?
How does the 2012 primary field stack up against other years?
Was NATO fire a mistake or message?
Will Israel pull the trigger?
The firing of the university president and football coach won’t heal wounds, but it will send a message.
The EU’s answer to piracy only makes the crime more appealing.
Why balancing the federal budget on the backs of the Armed Forces could change the world as we know it.
What America should do now over the duplicitous country.
Why the congressman’s view of America’s foreign policy tradition is severely flawed.
How the tragic day shaped pop culture — for the better and worse.
A small university’s misguided pacifist folly.
Sometimes a little event can be a metaphor for something big.