Sat, Nov 17, 2007

Robert Novak | November 17, 2007

Agents of Sen. Hillary Clinton are spreading the word in Democratic circles that she has scandalous information about her principal opponent for the party's presidential nomination, Sen. Barack Obama.

Carl Horowitz | November 17, 2007

People generally hold two views of William Lerach, the flamboyant, high-powered San Diego attorney who's made a mint representing investors in class-action suits against many of the nation's largest corporations.

Larry Kudlow | November 17, 2007

In the strongest possible terms, Mitt Romney told me in an interview Friday that the push-polling attacks in Iowa on his Mormon faith are un-American.

Fri, Nov 16, 2007

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | November 16, 2007

Under Wolf Blitzer's gentle questioning, Hillary was able to avert another debate meltdown in the Nevada Democratic debate held last night, November 15.

Randy Mastro | November 16, 2007

Before he was our mayor, he was a crusading prosecutor whose leadership, drive, creativity, independence, and integrity tell us much about what kind of President he will be - a great one.

Brian Fitzpatrick | November 16, 2007

Will the slugger do what’s best for baseball and for the nation, and accept responsibility for what he’s done? Or will he continue his selfish, feeble effort to protect himself?

Ken Connor | November 16, 2007

Those of us who are parents are constantly admonishing our teenagers to do just that. "Resist the temptation to be like everyone else. Don't follow the crowd. Stand up for what is right!"

Jon Sanders | November 16, 2007

At a large research university boasting some of the highest minds in America, the discovery in a small maintenance bathroom of a noose made out of toilet paper is a Very Big Deal.

Nicholas G. Hahn III | November 16, 2007

Over ten years after Tiananmen Square's tradgedy, students at Tehran University picked up the fallen Goddess of Democracy from Beijing and brought its spirit to Tehran.

Amanda Carpenter | November 16, 2007

Part of the reason why Hillary Clinton received glowing reviews from last night’s debate performance is that her number one primary opponent, Barack Obama, fell flat.

John McCaslin | November 16, 2007

Speaking this week about the "closeness" of neighbors when you live in a building like the Watergate, former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole recalled that a young woman named Monica Lewinsky used to live in the condo right next door to him.

Rich Galen | November 16, 2007

The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act - FISA - is set to expire early next year and the Democrats in Congress are feverishly looking for ways to weaken it to try and score political points among its wing.

John Hawkins | November 16, 2007

If a CEO of a fortune 500 company were to retire, would anyone seriously consider his wife to be an adequate replacement simply because she was married to him when he ran the company?

Brent Bozell | November 16, 2007

Most Americans don't know the name Joe Francis. But many are familiar with his gold mine. It's "Girls Gone Wild," the odious racket of DVDs huckstered on late-night cable shows and the Internet.

Jonah Goldberg | November 16, 2007

A recent poll of New York University students found that two-thirds of them would trade their right to vote in the next election for a year's tuition. Half said they'd sell their right to vote - forever - for $1 million.

Mona Charen | November 16, 2007

Like every other journalist in America, and who knows, maybe the world or even the universe, I've been deluged with Ron Paul supporters' letters and e-mails. So I've done as you asked and taken a closer look at your candidate.

Oliver North | November 16, 2007

It was a quiet ceremony on Veterans Day at the Reagan Ranch Center of Young America's Foundation. There, the family and friends of William J. Casey gathered for the presentation of an award on his behalf from The Honourable Company of Freedom Fighters.

Pat Buchanan | November 16, 2007

Last week, the stock market saw 4 percent of its value wiped out. Oil reached nearly $100 a barrel. The dollar fell to record lows against the Canadian dollar and the euro.

Linda Chavez | November 16, 2007

Just in time for the busiest travel week of the year, we have this news from the General Accountability Office, Congress' investigative arm: It's relatively easy to get bomb-making materials through security checkpoints and onto airplanes.

Diana West | November 16, 2007

Colorado Rep. Tom Tancredo's congressional career has been guided by a once-seemingly impossible goal: to convince Americans that we have an illegal immigration problem.

Paul Greenberg | November 16, 2007

Charter schools as some kind of racist plot? That's not true across the country: Many charter schools turn out to have large numbers of black or Hispanic kids whose families want to free them from failing public schools.

Rich Tucker | November 16, 2007

Let us now praise Ellen DeGeneres. Last week, Ellen announced she’d go back to work on her show even though her comedy writers remain on strike. “I support [the writers] and hope that they get everything they’re asking for,” Ellen told her audience.

Paul Edwards | November 16, 2007

Paul Edwards, host of “The Paul Edwards Program” on WLQV in Detroit, interviewed the president of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, Ken Behr, about the recent Senate Finance Committee investigation.

Lorie Byrd | November 16, 2007

Remember when OJ Simpson was considered a sports hero and an American success story, rather than that guy who got away with double homicide? Timing makes all the difference.

Paul Weyrich | November 16, 2007

The elimination of No Child Left Behind would be a significant step toward returning control of education to its proper place—local school districts.

Kathleen Parker | November 16, 2007

Everyone's heard of the hook-up culture prevalent on college campuses and, increasingly, in high schools and even middle schools. Kids don't date; they just do it.

Burt Prelutsky | November 16, 2007

I know that most people, even my fellow conservatives, think I’m kidding when I say that it mystifies me that the Democrats constitute a major political party. But I’m perfectly serious.

Charles Krauthammer | November 16, 2007

When the Democratic presidential candidates pause from beating Hillary with a stick, they join in unison to pronounce the Democratic pieties, chief among which is that George Bush has left our alliances in ruins.

Mike Gallagher | November 16, 2007

To somehow equate the history of Jewish oppression to the anger that most Americans feel over illegal aliens has got to be one of the vilest examples of manipulation we have ever seen.

Thu, Nov 15, 2007

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | November 15, 2007

Both 2008 front-runners are suddenly in danger in the Iowa caucus, the first electoral test of the presidential races.

Rich Lowry | November 15, 2007

The latest turn in the Democratic primary race is the best thing to happen to Republicans since the 2006 elections.

Michael Reagan | November 15, 2007

If Madame Pelosi and the surrender monkeys now running the Democrat Party on Capitol Hill have their way, the jihadists in Iraq need only wait for the Democrats’ planned withdrawal to move in and take over Iraq. They call this strategy, I call it treason.

Janet M. LaRue | November 15, 2007

The press took umbrage at a court’s “broad” interpretation of the Constitution, which recognized an individual right to keep and bear arms and shot down D.C.’s gun ban as unconstitutional.

Matt Barber | November 15, 2007

Parents be advised, The Golden Compass — which is very intentionally being marketed toward children — has a very certain anti-Christian axe to grind

Sally Canfield | November 15, 2007

While Republicans and Democrats have spent countless hours debating themselves over the issue of health care, the one group that has been left out of this debate is the American people.

Cliff May | November 15, 2007

As America's ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton was the White House's most effective defender. Now, as an ex-diplomat, he has become among the administration's toughest critics.

Ross Mackenzie | November 15, 2007

In these days of rage, the opponents of President Bush are heavily invested in recession at home and failure in Iraq.

John McCaslin | November 15, 2007

Among hundreds of lobbying and public-interest groups that regularly deal with Congress is the American Land Rights Association, which provided an intriguing assessment of the 110th Congress.

Brent Bozell | November 15, 2007

Every new book on Hillary Clinton's life, personal and political, is dismissed as "old news" -- unless the person retelling and reshaping the "old news" is Hillary herself.

Victor Davis Hanson | November 15, 2007

Over the last few months, the U.S. military forced Sunni insurgents in Anbar to quit fighting. This enemy, in the heart of the so-called Sunni Triangle, had been responsible for most American casualties in the war and was the main cause of unrest in Iraq.

Larry Elder | November 15, 2007

Move over comedian Michael Richards, former baseball player John Rocker, former Dodger general manager Al Campanis, former CBS analyst Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder -- all of whom suffered for "anti-black" remarks.

Ken Blackwell | November 15, 2007

For months, the political chattering class has delighted in what they perceive as the crumbling of the powerful social conservative coalition. They don’t seem to understand the movement or its leaders. And they shouldn’t look to the New York Times for insight.

Cal Thomas | November 15, 2007

There are events in most of our lives that offer opportunities for us to change our ways. The strike by television writers affords one such opportunity.

Debra J. Saunders | November 15, 2007

A group of Democrats from the left wing of the party is trying to get the California Democratic Party's executive board to censure Feinstein for the Mukasey vote, as well as her vote to confirm federal judge Leslie Southwick in October.

Matt Towery | November 15, 2007

This year's Republican and Democratic Iowa caucuses have been forced to take place so early that not only will the Jan. 3 caucuses conclude the Christmas/New Year's holiday season, but they will also happen on the same day that one of the top Bowl Championship Series college football games airs on national TV.

Donald Lambro | November 15, 2007

The fear and hysteria that gripped financial markets last week was, in Yogi Berra's legendary words, deja vu all over again.

Rebecca Hagelin | November 15, 2007

Rarely am I so taken by the beauty and power of a movie that I want everyone I know to see it. “Bella” is a film you must see. The story is rich in messages of redemption, friendship, sacrifice and hope. No wonder the Hollywood crowd is beginning to cut it to shreds.

William Rusher | November 15, 2007

It is not surprising that the religious right has not thus far settled on one contender as its favorite -- as it unmistakably (and successfully) did in recent presidential elections.

Robert Novak | November 15, 2007

A bus full of 15 Iraqi lawyers carrying a four-page, single-spaced letter to President Bush arrived at the White House Tuesday. The mission was to request less U.S. help for building prisons and more for establishing the rule of law.

Marvin Olasky | November 15, 2007

Pro-American dictator or anti-American democracy? That's the choice in Pakistan now, where President (and top general) Pervez Musharraf has suspended his country's constitution, fired the country's chief justice and shut down nongovernmental television stations.

Paul Weyrich | November 15, 2007

Another day, another wasteful federal dollar spent. This time the culprit is No Child Left Behind (NCLB). It should have been named No Bureaucracy Left Behind instead.

George Will | November 15, 2007

Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani are the most polarizing and pugnacious candidates, respectively. Hence Barack Obama and Mitt Romney might be stronger than national polls suggest.

Michael Johnson | November 15, 2007

When lawmakers have to choose between protecting our children and protecting the profits of a sexually oriented business, the choice is obvious: Our children’s safety comes first.

Joel Mowbray | November 15, 2007

In the terrorism case of two young Egyptian nationals and University of South Florida students arrested August 4 in South Carolina, fascinating twists and turns abound.

Hugh Hewitt | November 15, 2007

Every four years pundits get to swing for the fences. Only the timid split differences and hairs. The pundits worth reading will declare what they see in the very cloudy crystal ball. Here's my take.

Wed, Nov 14, 2007

Emmett Tyrrell | November 14, 2007

"I like Norman," my old friend Malcolm Muggeridge used to exult when, for whatever reason, his mind fixed on Norman Mailer, the great American writer who has now bit the dust.

Gregg Jackson | November 14, 2007

According to Romniacs, anti-Mormon bigotry is: disbelieving Mitt is the Hillary-slaying savior-and it is the only reason he has a mere 12 percent national support among GOP voters.

Sally C. Pipes | November 14, 2007

It’s one thing to pass a law, hold a press conference, and boldly declare to have solved an intractable public policy problem, such as the lack of universal health insurance. It’s quite another to actually have the so-called solution deliver as promised.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | November 14, 2007

Even as he continues to hold a convincing lead in the national race, Rudy Giuliani may be riding for a big fall in Iowa and the other early state primaries.

Ann Coulter | November 14, 2007

If Republicans end up with a divided convention between Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani, I say we pick Gen. Pervez Musharraf.

Andrew Tallman | November 14, 2007

God allowed you to find your wife because He believed you would take good care of His precious daughter. But what happens when you don’t take good care of your wife?

Dr. Matthew Ladner | November 14, 2007

Will charter schools finish off inner city Catholic private schools? Preliminary evidence suggests that charter schools are actually threatening to help close inner city Catholic schools.

John McCaslin | November 14, 2007

Look for Tim Russert to be front and center at the new Nationals Park after it was announced this week that Pope Benedict XVI will celebrate Mass for 45,000 Washington-area faithful in mid-April.

Rich Galen | November 14, 2007

The news hit the political world with the force of a category V hurricane pushing a world-class tsunami: The CBS/New York Times poll to be released at 6:30 last night would show a virtual three-way tie between Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards in Iowa.

Amanda Carpenter | November 14, 2007

The college student who told CNN that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign made her a “plant” at an Iowa campaign stop now says Clinton’s staff tried to stop her from telling the media about it.

Michael Medved | November 14, 2007

Critics of the United States and its role in the world prefer to argue their point of view by focusing on specific instances of American bullying or brutality, recounting their favorite horror stories from Indonesia or Nicaragua, Vietnam or Chile, the Philippines or Iraq

Congressman Jim McCrery | November 14, 2007

Time is running out. If Congress does not enact an Alternative Minimum Tax patch by the end of this week, as many as 50 million American taxpayers could face a delay of up to 10 weeks getting their tax return checks next year.

Thomas Sowell | November 14, 2007

The recently launched crusade to have every child tested for autism before the age of two has as its reason an opportunity for "early intervention" to treat the condition.

Michelle Malkin | November 14, 2007

If there's an insult to be milked the professional victims will rush in, sell some T-shirts, fire up their bullhorns, issue their 21-point demands, and then recede until the next race-hustling opportunity comes along.

John Stossel | November 14, 2007

Recently on "20/20," I said "give me a break" to Al Gore for claiming that the global-warming debate is over and suggesting that all dissenters were in it for the money. I interviewed independent scientists who say Gore is wrong.

Walter E. Williams | November 14, 2007

An important component of the leftist class warfare agenda is to condemn President Bush's tax cuts for the rich. This claim is careless, ignorant or dishonest on at least two counts.

Jonah Goldberg | November 14, 2007

Hillary Clinton's chief economic advisor recently, to paraphrase, said: It's the government's money, and anything left over after Uncle Sam picks your pockets is a "gift."

Ben Shapiro | November 14, 2007

Buchanan's ideological allies are wreaking havoc. Economic isolationism, shunned throughout the Clinton and Bush years, has gained renewed support in the Republican Party.

Terry Jeffrey | November 14, 2007

Americans hoping to attend the Beijing Olympics next summer may want to avoid bringing along certain Hollywood movies or State Department reports, which may not legally be shown to the people of the People's Republic.

Austin Bay | November 14, 2007

Today, I put a note on a bomb. To be specific, I took a jet black marking pen and inscribed a 500-pound Joint Direct Attack Munition -- JDAM, in the jargon.

Paul Greenberg | November 14, 2007

By 1957, the question had become unavoidable: What was it to be, the rule of law or defiance? State Sovereignty or the Union now and forever?

Jacob Sullum | November 14, 2007

At 5 feet, 9 inches tall and 175 pounds, I have a body mass index of 25.9, which makes me "overweight." If I lost seven pounds, I'd have a BMI of 24.9, indicating what the government considers a "normal," "healthy" weight.

Jerry Bowyer | November 14, 2007

Gold prices are way up, but the inflation statistics are quite tame. Why is this happening? Is somebody lying to us, or is gold not all it’s cracked up to be?

Kathleen Parker | November 14, 2007

Will women vote for Hillary Clinton only because she's a woman? That question keeps getting bounced around and I've recently revised my answer from "no" to "yes."

Jeffery Ventrella | November 14, 2007

Imagine you are a young conservative and are enrolled in or admitted to an American law school. Now imagine that you are also a Christian and dare to support traditional values. What will law school be like?

Michael Fumento | November 14, 2007

Mass hysteria is a poor method for allocating medical research resources. Surely we all agree on that in principle. But when it concerns any given hysteria, principle flies out the window.

Tony Blankley | November 14, 2007

It has become obligatory for both pro- and anti-war commentators never to mention the possibility of victory in Iraq.

Tue, Nov 13, 2007

William F. Buckley | November 13, 2007

I begin by acknowledging the truth of much that is being said about him, that he was a towering figure in American literary life for 60 years, almost unique in his search for notoriety and absolutely unrivaled in his co-existence with it.

Amanda Carpenter | November 13, 2007

Since Sen. Hillary Clinton (D.-N.Y.) expressed support for granting driver’s licenses to illegal aliens, backlash against lax immigration policies has intensified in the polls and in Republican presidential campaign politics.

Maggie Gallagher | November 13, 2007

In America, upward mobility is not only the dream, it's the norm. But in recent years Americans have worried: Is the American Dream about to die?

Mike Adams | November 13, 2007

Since I was overly harsh with most liberals in a speech I gave last week, I would like to offer the following apology, which truly comes from the bottom of my heart.

John R. Thomson | November 13, 2007

The recent Colombian elections for governors, mayors, plus state and city legislators were remarkable, with much good news about the state of democracy in the long troubled country. Unfortunately, there was as much gloomy news as the nation looks to 2010 presidential elections. Good, bad or neutral, these polls between the 2006 and 2010 presidential races resemble U.S. midterms, where future trends are often detected.

Thomas Sowell | November 13, 2007

Autism is a devastating condition, both for those who have it and for their parents. At this point, its causes are unknown and if there is any cure for it, that is unknown as well.

David Limbaugh | November 13, 2007

Listening to the Democrats denying our progress in Iraq is reminiscent of a high school debate where one team gets stuck with the wrong side of the issue and has to defend it valiantly anyway.

Cal Thomas | November 13, 2007

This will probably kill his career, but I rise to praise Sen. Joe Lieberman, the independent Democrat from Connecticut. By any definition, Joe Lieberman is a patriot.

Dennis Prager | November 13, 2007

The current issue of Rolling Stone magazine, its special 40th anniversary issue, reveals almost all one needs to know about the current state of the cultural left.

Pat Buchanan | November 13, 2007

Is a Bush pre-emptive strike on Iran's nuclear enrichment plant at Natanz, or on the Al Quds force of the Revolutionary Guard, a more remote possibility today than it was several weeks ago?

Debra J. Saunders | November 13, 2007

Once again, San Francisco politicians are poised to thumb their noses at the U.S. military. Tonight, the school board will vote to follow up on a 2006 measure to kill high-school Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps programs.

Kathryn Lopez | November 13, 2007

Love her or hate her, you have to admit that Sen. Hillary Clinton is one good politician. What she lacks in experience she makes up for with skill.

Bill Murchison | November 13, 2007

Curiously, it was the death of a committed Christian believer the other day that got me thinking about non-believers. The Christian believer to whom I refer was a longtime member of my Episcopal parish in Dallas.

Michael Steele | November 13, 2007

Democrat Governor Elliott Spitzer has managed to focus the attention of the entire nation on New York by announcing his plan to grant driver’s licenses to illegal aliens.

Daniel Pipes | November 13, 2007

The Bush administration's counterterrorism policies appear tough, but inside the courtroom, they evaporate, consistently favoring not American terror victims, but foreign terrorists.

David Strom | November 13, 2007

A new coalition of environmentalists and advocates for the poor have started raising tough questions about the tax breaks, subsidies and mandates that have fueled the growth of the Ethanol and biodiesel industry.

Mon, Nov 12, 2007

Rich Lowry | November 12, 2007

Forget the briefings from generals, the intelligence evaluations and the Pentagon status reports. There is a handy indicator for whether the war in Iraq is going well -- its relative absence from the front pages.

Amanda Carpenter | November 12, 2007

Here's a round-up of presidential campaign polls conducted and released within the last week.

Bill Steigerwald | November 12, 2007

Frank Miniter -- the award-winning editor of American Hunter magazine who's stalked game on five continents -- has written "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Hunting."

Chuck Colson | November 12, 2007

I was deeply moved by Navy Lt. Michael Murphy's story, which is recounted in Marcus Luttrell’s riveting bestseller, but R-rated book, Lone Survivor. What better time than Veterans Day to remind our youth of these precious stories?

Phyllis Schlafly | November 12, 2007

Most Republicans are still shopping for who they really want, and here are some of the statements they would like hear from a presidential candidate.

Lee Culpepper | November 12, 2007

Our quibbling politicians seem to succeed only at letting us down. They brazenly promote self-centered agendas versus honoring their oaths to serve regular Americans like you and me.

John McCaslin | November 12, 2007

Outspoken former Rep. Dick Armey, Texas Republican, will be back in Washington this week to urge a new crop of "young Turks" in the Republican Party to challenge the "old bulls" and win back control of Capitol Hill.

Rich Galen | November 12, 2007

One of the staples of campaigning in the "early states" is the tradition of candidates delivering remarks, and then taking questions from the audience. In Newton, Iowa, the other day. Senator Hillary Clinton was doing just that. She made her remarks at a biodiesel plant and then asked for questions.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | November 12, 2007

This past year I have spent countless hours writing about problem of the government encroaching upon our religious liberties. I have been shocked that many Christians just don’t seem to grasp the fact that we are in very sophisticated power struggle. We don’t seem to want accept that there is an all-out assault against Christians being waged in the legislature, teamed with the mainstream media.

Phil Harris | November 12, 2007

It is wonderful that we have a special day to commemorate our Veterans. It is fantastic to honor those who have passed on and those who are still with us. In fact, it may be better to have a Veteran’s day every month, such as Veteran’s Tuesday or some such variation.

Dinesh D'Souza | November 12, 2007

Richard Dawkins has a bright idea: Atheists are the new gays. Is he joking? Not at all. The bestselling author of The God Delusion has been suggesting for two years now that atheists can follow the example of gays.

Mary Katharine Ham | November 12, 2007

Four days after his second-in-command pulled him bleeding from an Iraqi canal, Ziegenfuss woke up at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C.

Michael Barone | November 12, 2007

Education is not ordinarily thought to be in the purview of a Federal Reserve chairman. So it's striking when Alan Greenspan in his memoir, "The Age of Turbulence," raises the subject.

Suzanne Fields | November 12, 2007

Nearly 20 years ago, the Berlin Wall finally came tumbling down. It was a defining moment for mankind, exposing the ultimate failure of the brutal and goofy Marxist economic system.

Paul Greenberg | November 12, 2007

The stock market is having a tizzy again, which is halfway between a hissy and the vapors. It can't decide whether to jump with joy or out the nearest window.

Donald Lambro | November 12, 2007

Despite the Democrats' pledge to get control of their addiction to wasteful spending, their mountain of pork-barrel provisions has prevented Congress from passing its appropriations bills for fiscal year 2008.

Burt Prelutsky | November 12, 2007

There are a number of mysteries even I can’t figure out. For example, why doesn’t everyone love dogs? I’m not saying I hold dogs dearer than my wife and friends, but, on average, I like strange dogs better than I like strange people.

Robert Novak | November 12, 2007

As the first Congress controlled by Democrats since 1994 nears the end of its first year, the desire to bring home the bacon trumped concern over the falling dollar, the crisis in Pakistan and the continuing conflict in Iraq.

Mike Adams | November 12, 2007

John Browning was a different kind of man. He refused to take anything he did not earn. He even refused an honorary degree from a university on the basis of that principle.

Star Parker | November 12, 2007

The Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act of 2007 has passed out of Chairman Barney Frank's House Financial Services Committee. It's now headed to the full House for a vote. In the name of protecting the poor from market predators it will in actuality protect the poor from wealth.

Phil Gingrey | November 12, 2007

This is the first time in the last 20 years that the Congress has failed to send a single appropriations bill to the President at this point in the fiscal year.

Doug Wilson | November 12, 2007

At a time of great difficulty for Republicans, one might think that self-reliance, long a hallmark of the Grand Old Party, would fall out of favor with the American people.

Sun, Nov 11, 2007

Debra J. Saunders | November 11, 2007

Just as it is wrong for Americans to die waiting for organs, it also is wrong for prisoners to die because an American needs a liver, or for a child to die because his mother sold her kidney.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | November 11, 2007

“A goal is a dream with a deadline.” Napoleon Hill. Six months ago, my sister Kathy and I decided to walk a marathon to raise money for the Arthritis Foundation. This was a particularly bold goal for Kathy, as she has rheumatoid arthritis.

Austin Hill | November 11, 2007

You might recall that as recently as February, there was much chatter about how Bill might “hurt” Hillary’s pursuits, especially if anybody dared to mention the “I” word - - impeachment - - in her presence.

George Will | November 11, 2007

Curveball was the code name of the Iraqi defector in Germany on whose reports the Bush administration relied heavily in its argument that Saddam's weapons of mass destruction justified a preventive war. "Look," said Beth, a strong-willed CIA officer, "we can validate a lot of what this guy says."

Kevin McCullough | November 11, 2007

As we are nearing only fifty days to go until the Iowa caucuses, and with the front runner of the race for the GOP nomination being Mitt Romney in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina it is to be expected that those who oppose the Governor would come out of the woodwork.

Salena Zito | November 11, 2007

Three words that describe the art of political triangulation are back in the American lexicon, thanks to Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidacy.

Paul Jacob | November 11, 2007

The truth may set us free, but guess what keeps incumbents in office?