Jonah Goldberg

A week after his State of the Union address, political observers are still trying to figure out what President Obama's game is. That's because rhetorically and substantively, he seems to be in another world.

Michael Helm

While at Gitmo, he told a military review board that he wanted to kill as many Americans as possible. Nonetheless, despite a history of violence at Gitmo, he was returned to his native country Kuwait.

Lisa Boothe

Almost a year before the Iowa caucuses, the fight for the middle class is already well underway. President Barack Obama made income inequality the centerpiece of his State of the Union address, and Hillary Clinton has been honing a populist narrative in recent appearances, though presumably not in her paid speeches to the likes of Goldman Sachs.

Scott Hogenson

Some storylines are too irresistible to ignore, even if theyre not true. Sometimes, it involves important stories, laced with violence, tragedy and cultural overtones such as the false hands up, dont shoot, narrative that emerged from the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri last August. Other times, its just silliness, illustrated by the dust-up over Cadbury Eggs, the beloved chocolate confection.

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