Obama’s China fumble
Last week, President Obama was “spiking the football” in Afghanistan, and by week’s end his administration was performing the diplomatic equivalent of a fumbled snap in the case of blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng.
The separation of church and hate
As night follows day, Mitt Romney’s ascension has been followed by escalating attacks from the left on every aspect of the candidate’s character and heritage, including his Mormon faith.
President Obama has a unique capacity to draw the media’s attention away from the serious and significant and toward the trivial and tedious.
What Romney can do to rally Santorum voters
After a long and bruising Republican primary season, two things are clear: Mitt Romney is the nominee but he is still having trouble closing the deal with many conservative voters.
Obama at war with the court
President Obama is resorting to veiled threats against the Supreme Court as he attempts to surmount one more obstacle to the enactment of ObamaCare.
Where’s the outrage over Shawn Tyson?
The case generated a lot of attention in the United Kingdom, and some headlines here. One place it didn’t seem to register was at the White House.
The Etch a Sketch presidency
But, the Etch A Sketch metaphor more aptly applies to Barack Obama’s presidency.
Whose ‘war on women’?
The left never tires of painting conservatives as domestic policy war mongers.
Obama exploits his kids to justify abortion extremism
The Democratic machine will do everything to hammer home their extremist points.
Mitt Romney has devoted most of the last six years to running for president, but he still hasn’t won over conservative voters…