After yesterday's Israeli strike our man at the U.N. got it right. He said, ''The United States believes that Syria is on the wrong of the side of the war on terrorism.''
In order for the Dems to return to power -- or for the French to gain ascendancy in a Eurocentric United Nations -- we must fail in Iraq.
Friendless Clark, secret enemies of ROTC, a chaplain spy, Tom Ridge asleep on the job, and Monsewer Chirac.
The real Wesley Clark -- no friend of Howie Dean, but a tool of Team Clinton.
Our biggest mistake isn't that we didn't plan well enough for postwar Iraq -- but that we chose the wrong plan.
Two terrorist nations -- Iran and North Korea -- are building nuclear weapons. We either knock them out or suffer the consequences.
There can be no ''roadmap'' so long as Palestinian terrorism's Arab underwriters remain off the map.
Sunni-Shia cooperation â€¢ Why Idi Amin mattered and Liberia does not â€¢ It was a wakeup call.
Unlike the Clintons, Howie Dean is not about to pretend the Democrat Party is anything other than McGovernik.
Who would you wager on to apply awesome brain power to devise new ways to predict terrorism: Sen. Byron Dorgan or DARPA?