To lose something one has to have it in the first place. (It is pretty basic logic).
The IRS’s claim that it lost some unknown number of Lois Lerner’s emails doesn’t really add up.
The House GOP leadership’s principles are a good start, but it’s unclear if they can make it past the anti “amnesty” crowd that seems to dominate the GOP.
A new Congressional Budget Office report finds real economic benefits from immigration reform.
Today, there are many millions of Americans who can tell one Kardashian sister from another, but have no idea that Barack Obama has compiled the worst presidential record since Jimmy Carter.
Will Twitter impact the 2012 elections? The evidence seems thin that it will.
A series of shocking revelations about Barack Obama’s past have not changed my view of the man who’s been in the White House three-plus years.
Some Republicans seem intent on repeating the mistakes of 2008.
A legal dispute exposes an open wound.
Things aren’t all sunshine and roses for the Obama 2012 campaign.
If you are going to talk about the unemployment rate, at least talk about the whole picture.
Conservatives are rejecting Andrew Sullivan’s Newsweek essay out of hand, but they ought to pay attention to what he’s saying.
More revelations regarding the relationship between Solyndra and the Obama White House.
Both sides in the John Edwards case are heading into uncharted territory.
Palin thinks Israel apologizes too much and it would seem that some find this to be a profound statement.
Despite a bad week and a half, there are still signs that Sarah Palin is at least looking at a run for the White House in 2012. Which may be why some Republicans seem to be getting worried about her.
NATO-Russia cooperation on missile defense is a welcome step forward.