Amid protests over American airstrikes, the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad has become a target.
Jared Kushner’s long-awaited Middle East peace plan is still awaiting release, but it already appears to be dead on arrival.
Some 2020 Democratic hopefuls are turning to a surprising source for counsel.
In the end, the reason the Hanoi Summit failed is because the Trump Administration is pursuing an unattainable goal.
Hillary’s leading potential Republican candidates, but so is Bernie! Rand Paul does better against Hillary than other Republicans! Those are the headlines you get from head-to-head match-up polls, but it’s all largely meaningless.
President Obama has apparently come to the same realization as many of his predecessors, that trying to craft a legacy by single-handedly bring about “Middle East Peace” is largely a waste of time.
The juxtaposition of two headlines at memeorandum is amusing.
United States helped Saddam Hussein launch some of the worst chemical attacks in history against Iran.
David C. Jones, who served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under Presidents Carter and Reagan, has died.
Why I supported Mitt Romney despite his constant flip-flopping, fibbing, and fecklessness.
OTB’s comment section as a microcosm of the American political landscape.
There are all manner of myths that are held by supporters of both parties. Debunking them is not the role for presidential aspirants.
Did Ronald Reagan’s impending inauguration help get our hostages released after 444 days?
It never ceases to amaze me how many smart people manage to believe, against all evidence to the contrary, that their political philosophy has massive support.
President Obama is polling at 46.8 percent, below the level needed to win re-election.
President Obama’s approval numbers shot up after Osama bin Laden was killed two weeks ago. They’ve already settled back to where they were
While most Americans consider themselves “conservatives,” some conservatives exclude most Americans from the definition.
Is the current media environment a problem for proper political discourse?
The “Ronald Reagan” that many of today’s conservatives wish today’s Republicans were more like didn’t actually exist.