The midterm elections may be the last chance to stop the Obama administration from reaching a disastrous nuclear deal with Iran.
If Americans suspected of carrying the Ebola virus are upset about federal and state quarantine regulations and threaten court action, it brings to mind a situation that existed in San Francisco from 1900 to 1904 when bubonic plague cases arose in the city’s Chinatown.
The leaders of our uniformed military — the Joint Chiefs of Staff — have committed an act of common sense that exposes President Obama’s Ebola policy for its comprehensive lack of that commodity.
It’s almost a foregone conclusion that President Obama and the Democrats are going to suffer a humiliating defeat in next week’s midterm elections.
President Obama thinks he has succeeded in remaking America, but so far his foreign-policy legacy has been a flop.
With the recent collapse of the liberal establishment’s favorite “war on women” screed, it’s time to acknowledge a little discussed political truth: Life is a winning issue.
On Oct. 24, Vladimir Putin delivered his annual Valdai Club speech, providing a unique peek into his geopolitical soul.
“Muddling through” is not an inspiring strategy for any president. Barack Obama’s administration is a muddle, as anyone can see, and everyone can see that he’s through as a leader, just when a leader is needed to reassure a frightened nation.
The House and Senate leadership of the next Congress should establish a Joint Committee on Regaining and Defending Congressional Prerogatives and Responsibilities.
The Clintons have been as popular for Democrats on the campaign trail as President Obama has been unpopular, but Bill’s not willing to say if there’s any real difference between an “Obama Democrat” and a “Clinton Democrat.”
Maybe we need hazmat suits to protect us from our leaders.
Do bothersome facts matter anymore?
In the years following the adoption of the Constitution, before he was secretary of state under President Thomas Jefferson and then president himself, James Madison, who wrote the Constitution, was a member of the House of Representatives.
Jeb Bush’s stated willingness to raise taxes in exchange for promised spending cuts may undermine a possible presidential run.
As Election Day approaches, most analysts are focusing on campaign optics and poll data — who spends more on television or wins debates few voters watch.