It’s sure beginning to look like a civil war in Iraq, albeit a rather one sided one at the moment.
Things only seem to be getting worse in Iraq.
Thanks largely to Administration mistakes, the Bergdahl deal is not going over well.
Mostly because of politics, the hopes of some and fears of others will never be realized.
For the fourth time in 30 years, an American President spoke at Normandy to honor a day of sacrifice and triumph.
Good intentions and good results aside, the President’s disrespect for the Rule Of Law should concern everyone.
Contrary to the oft-repeated slogan, the United States has negotiated with terrorists before. And we will do it again.
Good intentions aren’t an excuse for failure to follow the law.
It’s good that Bowe Bergdahl is free, but questions remain about how he went missing that need to be answered.
Using a chemical to commit a purely domestic crime doesn’t make you an international criminal, the Supreme Court correctly decided today.
Once again, President Obama’s attempt to communicate a foreign policy vision falls short.
An imperfect timetable, but better than nothing.
Some odd developments in Nigeria
The search for more than 200 missing Nigerian schoolgirls is not going well, and part of the blame lies with the Nigerian government.
Boko Haram is threatening to sell the 200-plus Nigerian girls it has kidnapped into slavery.
Could the upcoming House Select Committee on Benghazi actually accomplish something useful?
If Hillary Clinton runs for President, questions surrounding the Benghazi attack will continue to dog her.
A new set of emails is reviving the old partisan arguments about the attack in Benghazi.
There may be no resolution to what has become the most expensive search in history.
Yesterday afternoon’s shooting spree at Fort Hood appears to be a related to post-traumatic stress.
Afghanistan’s outgoing President says that his nation doesn’t need American troops to stay after the end of the year.
A Jewish-American OSS hero has been denied the nation’s highest military honor.
Hamid Karzai’s refusal to sign a new security agreement may result in all U.S. troops leaving Afghanistan by the end of the year.
The Cold War may be over, but the negative opinions in the U.S. regarding Russia and its leadership seem to have continued.
President Obama’s new rules for killing Americans with drones are proving inconvenient.
Ten months ago, a group of people attacked a power substation in California. Who they were and why they did it remains a mystery.
Just when it became safe to keep your shoes and tablets on, a new threat to the friendly skies has emerged: toothpaste.
Most Americans now see America’s decade of war as a failure.
Former SecDef Robert Gates is among those who believes that the Iraq War unduly diverted attention from fighting the War On Terror.
If you’re still not convinced that we lost the war in Iraq, this should settle the argument.
The “paper of record” joins the call for some kind of deal with Edward Snowden.