The fact that the Saudis are working behind the scenes to thwart us in the U.N. should surprise absolutely no one.
Why Iraq? Why not North Korea, first or instead?
Going slow could kill us in Iraq, as Secretary Rumsfeld knows full well -- and as his generals are being forced to understand.
There is no excuse for sending our men into combat with tools of war work that don't work, or are more dangerous to our people than they are to the enemy.
A heavy hit on Iraq will have to be light.
It's been a bad week for the Jane Fonda wing of the Democratic Party.
After the President's big speech last week it's clear that the only deadlines that matter are those he sets and not those proposed by the U.N., Tariq Aziz or Tom Daschle.
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.