If you want to know how to fix the Secret Service, take a look at its sister organization, the FBI.
At the end of the classic novel “Love in the Time of Cholera,” a ship remains at sea, with its star-crossed lovers keeping their secret as long as they don’t reach port.
The obituaries for Ben Bradlee, who died this week age 93, invariably described him as “the legendary editor” of The Washington Post. That was careless language. Ben was not “legendary” at all. He was very real, as the Watergate defendants learned to their chagrin and sorrow.
According to Gallup, a mere 28 percent of the nation has a “great deal” or “fair amount” of trust in the legislative branch, while the executive fares only marginally better.
Broadband Internet is the 21st century’s dynamic medium for free speech in a free market.
President Obama is nearing the end of his sixth year in office, with his unpopular liberal agenda in ruins, his job approval polls at record lows, and his party facing sweeping losses in next month’s elections.
To meet its long-standing requirements for modern submarines to deter attack from China, Taiwan has decided to start an indigenous development and construction program, which the United States can and should support.
Henry Kissinger, like Shakespeare’s unreflective King Lear, has grown old without growing wise.
What ever became of that America? What ever became of that can-do nation? What has happened to us?
It’s obvious many Democrats seeking re-election want President Obama far away from the campaign trail. His wife Michelle might be next if she continues flubbing the biographies of Democrats in stump speeches.
If Republicans win the Senate, President Obama risks another bruising recession if he doesn’t embrace compromise and abandon ineffective populist prescriptions.
After initially dodging the question, Alaska Sen. Mark Begich, a Democrat, admitted to voting for President Obama twice, but he said it doesn’t matter because Mr. Obama isn’t much of a factor anymore.
A political operative appointed to manage a public health issue.
Never in my lifetime did I believe this great nation would be taken down and withdrawn from its world leadership position by its own leadership.
Although Ebola as a terrifying disease was recognized in 1976, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), paid little heed to the grim statistics.