Some square pegs are being forced into some round holes for the sake of inclusion.
Joe Biden has either narrowed down his choice for running mate down to two women or he hasn’t.
The former VP is focused on beating Bernie Sanders but his team is looking ahead.
President Trump says that he would not spy on a rival regime like North Korea, once again making one wonder where his loyalties lie.
After a flood of stories saying the former Vice President is unsuitable for the modern era, the inevitable pushback is happening.
In what appears to be a move based purely on vindictiveness, President Trump has revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan.
Based on what can only be described as pure vindictiveness, the President is apparently planning on revoking security clearances of former officials who have been outspoken against the Administration and its policies.
They hired Israeli Private Investigators to dig up dirt on former Obama officials, including Ben Rhodes and Colin Kahl.
The 44th President will make as for a one-hour speech as his old annual salary. Should we worry about that?
The first batch of email from Hillary Clinton regarding the 2012 attack in Benghazi have been released, and they don’t reveal anything we didn’t already know.
Bowe Bergdahl will face charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy, and the White House’s narrative about this release lies in tatters.
Most in the international relations community are not amused by the president’s National Security Strategy.
Pressure is building on the Administration to send military aid to Ukraine, but it would be a very bad idea.
The abrupt departure of Chuck Hagel says much more about Administration policy than it does about Chuck Hagel.
The House Intelligence Committee has concluded that the conspiracy theories regarding the 9/11/2012 attack in Benghazi are not supported by the evidence. That’s unlikely to change anyone’s mind, though.
We’ve become aware of failures in how we’ve handled the Ebola situation. The response is to figure out what went wrong and do our best to fix it, not to panic.
The Turks have entered the conflict in Syria. Unfortunately for the United States, it’s not on the side we would prefer.
The chattering class is chattering about the President’s vacation again. It really is quite tiresome.
It’s good that Bowe Bergdahl is free, but questions remain about how he went missing that need to be answered.
In her upcoming book, Hillary Clinton strikes a defiant tone against conservative’s continued interest in the Benghazi attack.
Could the upcoming House Select Committee on Benghazi actually accomplish something useful?
A new set of emails is reviving the old partisan arguments about the attack in Benghazi.
The New York Times Benghazi report raises as many questions as it purports to answer.
Relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia seem to have soured in recent years.
I’ve been up since 3 am and drinking since 6 pm, so my reaction to a presidential war speech at 9 am may not be the definitive word
Given that the vote count seems to be heading that way, this is a question worth examination.
Raymond Pritchett longs for the good old days of Tom Donilan, Hillary Clinton, and Leon Panetta.
David Bosco wonders, “Why is the United Nations Ambassador in the Cabinet?”
Two polls indicate that most Americans oppose the President’s latest moves on Syria. This makes sense considering actual policy there seems to be entirely incoherent.
Sometimes it seems like all John McCain does is appear on Sunday morning news shows. The problem goes deeper than that, though.
I have for months taken it as a given that she went on five Sunday morning talk shows and lied about what happened there. Did she?
How would the addition of Susan Rice and Samantha Power to the President’s foreign policy team affect policy toward Syria’s civil war?
Denied her chance at being Secretary of State, Susan Rice will be moving to a position that is arguably just as important in shaping American foreign policy.
Would more information about the Benghazi attacks have changed the outcome of the Presidential election?
The talking points prepared in the immediate aftermath of the Benghazi attack were heavily edited at the request of the State Department.
Republicans looking to Benghazi for political ammunition are likely going to be disappointed.
Yesterday’s hearings shed more light while also raising yet more questions to which we’ll likely never get a satisfactory answer.