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Clueless in Gaza: Another Example of How We Only Support Democracy Abroad When Their Elections Go Our Way Jul. 25, 2014

Ted Rall

"Rarely has a president been confronted with so many seemingly disparate foreign policy crises all a... Read More

What If Democracy Is a Fraud? Jul. 24, 2014

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

What if you were allowed to vote only because it didn't make a difference? What if no matter how you... Read More

If Baghdad Falls Jul. 09, 2014

Roger Simon

The lesson of Vietnam is that we refuse to learn any lessons from Vietnam. Even to dare mention the ... Read More

Love of Country Jul. 02, 2014

Susan Estrich

Every four years, at some point in the presidential campaign, one candidate says something that lead... Read More

A Lame Duck Country? Jun. 24, 2014

Thomas Sowell

Pundits are pointing to President Barack Obama's recent decline in public opinion polls, and saying ... Read More

A Bitter After-taste Jun. 17, 2014

Thomas Sowell

The news from Iraq that Islamic terrorists have now taken over cities that American troops liberated... Read More

Egypt's Hard Lesson in Liberty May. 28, 2014

Terence Jeffrey

Five years ago, President Barack Obama traveled to Egypt — then still governed by the pro-Amer... Read More

Wizard of Id

May. 23, 2014

Gore: 'Our Democracy Has Been Hacked' May. 14, 2014

Roger Simon

CHICAGO — You think Al Gore is upset with global warming? You ought to hear him on American po... Read More

Cleaning Skeletons Out of the Closet Apr. 30, 2014

Ben Carson

With Europeans intrigued by America's unexpected success, Alexis de Tocqueville carried out an in-de... Read More

The End of Ideology? Apr. 15, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

On our TV talk shows and op-ed pages, and in our think tanks here, there is rising alarm over events... Read More

Don't Blame Putin; Blame Russia Mar. 14, 2014

David Harsanyi

I'll let the experts churn out opinions on what should be done about Russia's invasion of Ukraine. B... Read More

Wizard of Id

Mar. 03, 2014

Talking Turkey About Corruption and Scandal Feb. 27, 2014

Timothy Spangler

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan this week found himself in the midst of an unfolding sca... Read More

Ukraine's Crisis, Not Ours Feb. 21, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

Police began to back away from their positions in the square, said Engel. And the protesters attacke... Read More

The Home Country Feb. 19, 2014

Susan Estrich

Kiev did not seem familiar when I visited a few years ago for the first and only time. Old and a lit... Read More

Another Galling Betrayal Feb. 18, 2014

Thomas Sowell

The Afghanistan government's recent release of dozens of imprisoned terrorists, many of whom had kil... Read More

Will Mobocracy Triumph in Ukraine? Feb. 04, 2014

Patrick Buchanan

Despite our endless blather about democracy, we Americans seem to be able to put our devotion to dem... Read More

Democracy and Peace Pushed Farther Away Jan. 03, 2014

Michael Barone

In 1793, the envoy Lord Macartney appeared before the Qianlong emperor in Beijing and asked for Brit... Read More

A Bad Year for Freedom in the World Dec. 22, 2013

Steve Chapman

The course of freedom and democracy in the world is an evolutionary process, though sometimes it pro... Read More