Journalism is terrible except when compared to the alternatives.
Dueling Washington Post op-eds are sowing confusion.
As we head toward a potential crisis in the Persian Gulf, the consequences of the President’s lies are coming home to roost.
A new poll indicates that at least some Democrats continue to hold Biden’s 2002 vote in favor of the Iraq War.
Valerie Plame, the former CIA agent whose identity was outed during the Bush Administration, is running for Congress in New Mexico.
The Trump Administration still doesn’t have realistic goals for its negotiations with North Korea.
In the end, the reason the Hanoi Summit failed is because the Trump Administration is pursuing an unattainable goal.
The President of the United States and the most-talked-about freshman Representative in ages could not be more different.
Walter Jones, a former supporter of the Iraq War who became one of the most prominent anti-war voices in Congress, has passed away at the age of 76. He will be missed.
The Trump’s Administration’s rhetoric and actions have given the Iranians no reason to trust the United States going forward.
With the start of the Singapore Summit just hours away, it’s not at all clear what the respective parties can possibly agree to other than what amounts to a photo opportunity.
South Korea’s President is saying that Kim Jong Un has renewed his supposed commitment to ‘denuclearization,’ but it isn’t at all clear what that means.
Seemingly out of the blue, the June 12th summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been canceled by the United States.
Not surprisingly, the North Koreans are pushing back against American efforts to force them into a corner on denuclearization.
The National Security Advisor has broken up the team that manages global epidemics for no apparent reason.
The United States is apparently looking to Libya as a guide for upcoming talks with North Korea. The DPRK most likely sees the fate of that nation and its leader as a warning.
The meeting between Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-In was historic, but many questions and caveats remain.
The Kim regime has announced the end, for now, of its nuclear and ballistic missile testing programs. To understand why they made this concession, one needs to read between the lines.
There is no obvious strategy and even the expressed rationale makes no sense.
By threatening to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran, Donald Trump is making it far less likely that any upcoming talks with North Korea will succeed.
John Bolton is leading a cry for preemptive war against North Korea.
With the Winter Olympics over, the next step on the Korean Peninsula is utterly unclear.
Why does the U.S. continue to pursue the seemingly impossible goal of denuclearization with regard to North Korea? In part, it’s because we’re still locked into thirty-year-old rhetoric.
Expecting North Korea to agree to diplomatic talks that are aimed at getting rid of their nuclear weapons is asking for the impossible, and ensuring there will be no progress on the diplomatic front for the foreseeable future.
While everyone is paying attention to the government shutdown, the Trump Administration is preparing for a never-ending, unwise, and unauthorized military commitment in Syria.
On North Korea, there are two options, deterrence and war. And only one of those options makes sense.
The White House believes that it is ‘inappropriate’ to question Generals. This argument is not only wrong, it’s downright dangerous.
It may well be that the 25th Amendment, not the impeachment clause, will be his undoing.
Trump’s populism, personalism, and irresponsibility are on display.
The head of the biggest energy company in the world is reportedly Donald Trump’s pick for Secretary of State.
New information raises serious questions about the integrity of the 2016 elections, and about Donald Trump and his supporters.
Donald Trump racks up another big win, while Marco Rubio surges into second and likely saves his campaign for now.
One week before the South Carolina Primary, the remaining Republican candidates for President clashed in a headed debate.
Like many Republicans, Jeb Bush continues to be willfully blind to the truth about the Iraq War.
Marco Rubio is the latest Republican Presidential candidate to have a problem giving a coherent answer to a few simple questions about the Iraq War.
Iraq seems to becoming a political headache for yet another member of the Bush family.
Like most Republicans, Jeb Bush either fails or refuses to recognize what an utter, unjustifiable disaster his brother’s decision to invade Iraq actually was.
Like nearly all of his fellow Republicans, Jeb Bush has adopted the disastrous foreign policy views that typified his brother’s Presidency.