The joy of winning
Young, brash and dangerous — how can you not like these guys?
Same-sex marriage: Empathy or right?
There are two ways to defend gay marriage. Argument A is empathy…
Echoes of ’67: Israel unites
In the middle of the night of May 7-8, 2012, Prime Minister Netanyahu shocked his country by bringing the main opposition party, Kadima, into a national unity government.
Divider in chief
Poor Solicitor General Donald Verrilli. Once again he’s been pilloried for fumbling a historic Supreme Court case.
While Syria burns
In spite of his own urgings that the U.S. not sit idly by and intervene in the Syrian civil conflict, President Obama has done precisely the opposite: Stood idly by.
Farewell, the New Frontier
As the space shuttle Discovery flew three times around Washington, thousands on the ground gazed upward with marvel and pride. Yet what they were witnessing, for all its elegance, was a funeral march.
If government gives health insurance to 33 million uninsured, that costs. Costs a lot. There’s no free lunch.
Obama v. SCOTUS
“Unprecedented”? Judicial review has been the centerpiece of the American constitutional system since Marbury v. Madison in 1803.
The ‘flexibility’ doctrine
Obama’s problem is not that missile defense is too complicated but that if people knew Obama’s intentions of “flexibly” caving on missile defenses, they might think twice about giving him a second term.
ObamaCare: The reckoning
Since the 2010 midterm elections, ObamaCare has slipped quietly underground. Now, it’s back.