By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
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President Mohammed Morsi sent dozens of armored vehicles into Sinai on Monday, in response to a video released over the weekend in which seven Egyptians kidnapped by militants begged for their freedom.
President Obama's policy of "change" for America was never defined, but it was implemented in a very sophisticated manner.
The Arab Spring that prompted the ouster of authoritarian regimes in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya also led to the rise of Islamists who are bent on creating Islamic states that adhere to Shariah law — and that fate could await Syria after dictator Bashar Assad falls.
By what measure does our foreign aid policy make common sense?
Remember when President Obama used to warn Syria's Bashar Assad to stop his mass killing and step down?
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has included Egypt on his first trip to the Mideast in his cabinet role, a subtle message of the White House's concern to maintain strong ties with the Muslim Brotherhood-backed government, political insiders say.
Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi says he will reshuffle the Cabinet soon, a key demand of his opposition amid divisive turmoil over a myriad of issues.
Funny man David Letterman wants to be an ambassador. Seriously. He particularly would like to be the U.S. envoy to Canada.
A mob in Cairo threw rocks and fired birdshot at several hundred Christians marching in a protest against the Muslim Brotherhood on Sunday.
A Cairo court turned down on Saturday a lawsuit filed by an Islamist lawyer demanding that a popular Egyptian satirist's TV show be banned for allegedly insulting the president and containing excessive sexual innuendo.
The U.S. Embassy in Cairo has put a stop to its Twitter feed, after Egyptian authorities expressed dismay over the subject matter of a Jon Stewart monologue on "The Daily Show," which was linked in a tweet.
Almost 500 college students in Cairo were sent to the hospital with food poisoning, a senior health official said on Tuesday.
A popular television satirist known as Egypt's Jon Stewart was released on bail Sunday after nearly five hours of interrogation over allegations that he broke the law by insulting Islam and the president.
Egypt's official news agency says state prosecutors have issued an arrest warrant for a popular TV satirist for allegedly insulting Islam and the country's president.
The Muslim Brotherhood gained an extra month to make its case that it's a legal group — a rightful resurrection under President Mohammed Morsi, made months ago.
Mr. Morsi said he's keeping all options open to win the men's freedom, and in the meantime sent in 17 military tanks and more than 20 police armored vehicles to the northern Sinai region.
Mohammed Morsi insisted that his Islamist movement was not interested in running Egypt.