Is Romney’s Mormon faith on the ballot?
When Leadership Has an Expiration Date
What happens when America doesn’t lead?
Time to Recalibrate
Time to face the truth about what’s really behind Washington’s spending binge.
North Korea ascends to the presidency of the UN Conference on Disarmament.
Faith, Freedom and Fireworks
Independence Day from the view of a Founding Father.
A World of Frustration
Why anti-Taliban Pakistanis are burning Obama in effigy.
Tough Call on Afghanistan
The time for a decision on troop withdrawal draws near.
The Shifting Battlefront
A month after the lightning strike on bin Laden, a number of broader lessons come into focus.
Red Dawn: Remaking a Remake
A film is radically censored to avoid offending the Chinese propaganda police.
A New Narrative for the U.S.A.
Osama doubted America’s resolve — and paid for that miscalculation with his life.
Time to Thank “Enhanced Interrogation Techniques”
If Obama’s interrogation policies had been used post-9/11, bin Laden would have never been brought to justice.
From 9/11 to 5/1
Just how good a day was Sunday for America?
What MacArthur’s Farewell Teaches Us Today
How to wage an effective war.
Defense Department Shakeup
Despite his rhetoric, Obama picks people who understand the country is at war.
Libya: The Misdirected War
If the Obama administration didn’t care about the situation in Libya, it should never have signed up.
A Time to Drill
What $5 per gallon gas will mean to a still ailing American economy.
A Dangerous Doctrine
Why “Responsibility to Protect” is a pandora’s box.
Does taking swipes at predecessors make a foreign policy?
The president’s strategy on Libya can be summed up in four words.
Foreign Policy Failures and Fumbles
The Obama administration reveals the depth of its incompetence.
Cyber-Peace through Cyber-Strength
Why the United States and its closest allies need to get serious about protecting cyberspace.
The similarities between the Obama and Carter administrations continue to mount.
Lowering Our Sights
Our nation’s looming self-imposed exile from space.
Who will be the first to announce his or her presidential ambitions?
1979, 1989 or 2009?
Gauging the nature of Egypt’s Revolution — and the urgency for America’s response.