The Presidency costs taxpayers a lot of money, but that’s been true for many, many years now.
Mitt Romney is a deeply flawed candidate, but that doesn’t mean the President is any better.
The 9/11 attacks and our response to them changed America, and not for the better.
Hey GOP, Lt. Sulu has some questions for you.
A new book by one of the Navy SEALs involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden differs significantly from the official version put forward by the government.
As its convention begins, one has to wonder what has happened to the Republican Party.
My latest for World Policy Review, “Oversight or Not, Drones Are Here to Stay,” has posted.
Don’t look for an effort to enact new gun laws in the wake of the Aurora shootings.
CFR’s Laurie Garrett has a piece in The Atlantic headlined “Good Job, CIA: Your Pakistan Vaccine Plot Helped Bring Polio Back From the Brink of Eradication.”
The Romney campaign has apparently decided to be more aggressive in its attacks on the President, which poses serious risks for the campaign.
There are some glaring omissions from a recent list of television’s “most powerful” moments.
A nine month Al Jazeera investigations indicates that poison may have played a role in Yasser Arafat’s 2004 death.
Who benefits from the Supreme Court’s ObamaCare ruling?
From one Nobel Peace Prize winner to another.
The heady days of revolution in Egypt have been replaced with the cold light of political reality.
Nicholas Katzenbach, a central figure in the civil rights fights of the 1960s, has died.
Joe Biden got a little braggadocious last night.
Another chapter in the annals of American Politicians as Royalty:
Attorney General Eric Holder offered a somewhat alarming defense of the Administration’s policy on targeted killings.
Another death row inmate. Another case of prosecutorial misconduct from the office of Harry Connick, Sr.
After almost a year of campaigning, it’s finally time for someone to cast a vote.
Not surprisingly, most of the Republican candidates for President aren’t too keen on reducing the excessive growth in Executive Branch power.
Understanding the state of the GOP field requires recognizing that President Obama is actually pretty moderate.
A stark account of how American journalism has changed over the last half century.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the green beret as the official headgear of US Army Special Forces.
The most disturbing part of Saturday’s debate came when most of the GOP candidates endorsed torture.
Huntsman will gain little if any traction and none of the frontrunners really helped or hurt themselves.
Last night’s debate was about more than Rick Perry’s gaffe.
What’s the logic behind Iran’s alleged plot to commit terrorist attacks inside the United States?
The Justice Department claims to have disrupted a major Iranian-backed terrorist attack in the United States.
We’re learning more about the Obama Administration’s decision to kill Anwar al-Awlaki
Giving the President the unchecked power to kill American citizens raises some serious red flags.
Was it wrong for the NFL to schedule its opening Sunday on the anniversary of the September 11th attacks?