The Western alliance's biggest enemy is not al-Qaeda or Saddam but an arrogant bureaucracy located right in its capital.
The president's indecision has produced an eerie feeling in Washington and among our allies, both real and Saudi.
The War on Terror can't be won without nation building, as we're disastrously learning in Afghanistan and are bound to learn shortly in Iraq.
The cacophony of debate about U.S. plans for Iraq has drowned out any public discussion about what a very busy bad guy Saddam has been of late.
If President Bush wants indispensable British support for war against Iraq, he will have to address Parliament to preempt the British left -- and a meddling Bill Clinton.
Two days ago, massive anti-government demonstrations in nearly every major city in Iran sent the Islamic thugocracy there an unmistakable message: your time is short. Why isn't that being reported?
Someone should go to jail for revealing sensitive intelligence information that may have compromised the key assets of our intelligence community.
The president's failure to resolve the internal fight over whether to remove Saddam has left a political vacuum Congress is now rushing to fill.
The illustrious Barbara Boxer wants Army Secretary White fired -- but for the wrong reason. The scandal isn't Enron, but his resistance to Secretary Rumsfeld's modernization plans.
The time has come to stop the U.N.'s game of coddling terrorists who've specialized in killing America's finest.