I had the great honor to speak with former Vice President Dick Cheney about his life in politics, which also happens to be the subject of his new book, “In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir.”
Ten years ago, in the shadow of the crater at Ground Zero, the smoldering Pentagon and a field of honor in Pennsylvania, America found itself at war.
Everyone older than 20 remembers whom he was with, what he was doing and how he learned we were at war that beautiful Tuesday morning a decade ago. Most of us recall a gorgeous late-summer morning with blue skies -- "shirt-sleeve weather" -- and then the horror: two of the world's tallest buildings collapsing into piles of rubble, the west wall of the Pentagon in flames and a fire-bathed crater in the soil of Somerset County, Pa.
US Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the chairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, kicked up a political storm this week. On Tuesday, Ros-Lehtinen introduced the United Nations Transparency, Accountability and Reform Act. If passed into law it would place stringent restrictions on US funding of the UN's budget.
Gun battles in Tripoli's suburbs signal the death throes of Muammar Gadhafi's dictatorship. Regime change is succeeding, albeit slowly and with needlessly protracted agony.
We have a whole new crop of liberals to taunt. Seems as if the old group dropped off and new ones turned up to pick at us this week. Oh, I so love wasting George Soros' troll money. I hope you do too.
No, it's not Louis XVI being trundled off to his execution to the jeers of the mob, soon enough to be followed by Marie Antoinette.
I see Roy and Odin and Mo and Steve this week in the mail bag. We talk Matt Damon- who had a great part playing himself in Team America World Police- SEIU, racism of the progressive type. And we point out once again that numbers and words aren't the strongest skill sets for liberals. Besides that, they're bleeping golden.
This ideal of an America that is strong, unafraid and certainly doesn't let its enemies get away with murder was not just a Hollywood conceit.
Palin and Bachmann know you don’t go on the playground unless you can take rough teasing, and both have survived worse. It’s a liberal man’s world in which conservative women are fair game for putdowns and the non-sexist PC rules apparently don’t apply.
According to a new Rasmussen poll, only a narrow sliver of US voters want America to be the nation chiefly responsible for policing the planet and trying to maintain international order. An overwhelming 74 percent reject the idea.
Barack Obama believes he can leverage some of his killing-bin-Laden popularity into new power on Capitol Hill. If so, he can forget about "unity."
The welcome end of Osama bin Laden at the hands of helicopter-borne American military commandos raises a number of issues.
Within the last 10 days, Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi's loyalist forces have modified their combat tactics. Gadhafi's henchmen are now using trucks instead of tanks for transport.
"Humanitarian" seems to be the Democrats' new word for "absolutely no national interest."
Amidst the many dangers posed by the political conflagration now engulfing the Arab world, we are presented with a unique opportunity in Syria.
Last week the Obama Administration, increasingly ceding American foreign policy to the “world community”, initiated military actions against Libya, for a host of stated but conflicting reasons.
What the Palestinian silence on who committed what atrocity tells us is that in this new terror war, Palestinians believe they can't lose.
Libya's recently resigned ambassador to the U.S., Ali Aujali, is optimistic about the outcome of the bombing of his country.