It’s Beyond Time To Get Out Of Afghanistan

American troops have been in Afghanistan for seventeen years now, it’s time to bring them all home.

Tensions Between Russia And Turkey Remain High In Wake Of Russian Jet Incident

Tensions between Russia and Turkey remain high in the wake of yesterday’s incident, but there are some signs that things are starting to cool down.

Your Second Third Drink

You should stop at three drinks. But you can stop there more than once.

Police Are Not Soldiers; Our Communities Are Not War Zones

We should not tolerate them acting otherwise.

North Korea On The Verge Of Collapse? Don’t Count On It

Predicting the end of the DPRK is a fool’s errand.

Jawa Report Turns 10

Blogging has changed much over the last decade, and not all for the good.

End Presidential Term Limits?

A third term for any of these guys? Don’t count on it.

New Owner Of The Washington Post: Print Newspapers Will Be Dead In 20 Years

For a guy who just bought a newspaper, Jeff Bezos wasn’t too optimistic about their future less than a year ago.

The Right Turns On Marco Rubio Over Immigration Reform

Marco Rubio has suffered a reversal of fortune among Republicans thanks to his role in the immigration reform debate.

Can We Really Get Government Out Of Marriage?

Is the answer to the same-sex marriage debate as simple as getting the government out of the marriage business, or is it more complicated?

2012 Presidential Election Predictions

The OTB gang give their best guess at the outcome of the 2012 presidential contest.

Obama’s Gas Prices

A sign at a local Exxon station seemingly blames high gasoline prices on Barack Obama.

Pre-Convention Electoral College Wargaming Finds Romney In A Tough Spot

A pre-Convention look at the Electoral College map finds Mitt Romney in the same tight spot he’s been in for months now.

SEALs Attack Obama For Politicizing Osama Raid, Leaking Intel

A group of former special operations and intelligence officers are criticizing President Obama for “Dishonorable Disclosures.”

Another Ridiculous Demand For Obama’s College Transcripts

Once again, people are demanding to see Barack Obama’s college transcripts for no good reason.

Electoral College Best Case Scenarios

Stephen Green projects the best case and minimal winning scenarios for Obama and Romney.

Romney Fails To Deliver Knockout Punch, Will Still Win Nomination

The race will go on after Super Tuesday, but the outcome seems ineviable

Super Committee Failure in 8 Steps

Stephen Green explains how Washington cuts the deficit in a mere eight steps.

The Costs Of Attacking Iran

An attack against Iran’s nuclear weapons research facility won’t be an easy thing.

Electoral College 2012 – Ridiculously Early Handicapping

Looking at the state-by-state map way too early.

The Closing Of The CPAC Mind

After years of becoming more inclusive, the Conservative Political Action Conference is closing itself off to opposing points of view.

Obama And The Debt Deal: A Failure Of Leadership?

Once again, the debt ceiling deal is raising questions about the President’s leadership.

State’s Rights Is Not The Answer To The Same-Sex Marriage Debate

Does the 10th Amendment contain the answer to the same-sex marriage debate? Not really.

Paralyzed Veteran Denied Home Permit

A homeowners association in Augusta, Georgia is coming under fire after denying Homes For Our Troops a permit to build a house for a paralyzed African-American veteran.

Family: Osama bin Laden Executed

Safia bin Laden says that her infamous father was caught alive by U.S. forces and murdered in cold blood.

Mark Sanford for President

If the Republicans need their own Bill Clinton, how about Mark Sanford?

iPhone Adds $1.9 Billion to US Trade Deficit

Did you know that the iPhone is made in China for a mere $6.50? It’s false but true!

A Primary Challenge For Obama?

Even though it will likely be unsuccessful, a primary challenge against President Obama could end up harming him enough to hand Republicans the White House in 2012.

Early Voting Irregularities Create Suspicion of Fraud

Reports of voting irregularity in precincts across the country are threatening to further undermine voter confidence in the legitimacy of election outcomes. There’s a simple solution.

Get Ready For The Subpoenas If The GOP Wins In November

If Republicans regain control of Congress, you could be seeing a lot of scenes like this on your television for the next two years.

More Odd Developments In North Korea

More odd developments inside the modern day version of the Hermit Kingdom

Rubio Leads Despite Not Running Ads

Marco Rubio is currently leading the three way race for the open Florida Senate seat, despite not spending a dime on television advertising in recent months.

Why Paved Roads Are Being Converted to Gravel

Is the left to blame for unpaved roads?

Fatherhood and Other Things That Ain’t Government’s Business

In conjunction with Father’s Day, the Obama administration unveiled, a website offering advice to men on raising kids. Why is this a job for the federal government?