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John R. Guardiano
John R. Guardiano is a writer and analyst who focuses on political, military, and public-policy issues. He resides in Arlington, Virginia, and blogs at ResCon1.com (www.twitter.com/ResCon1).
by | Apr 25, 2012

There’s a question I think our media and political class ought to be asking now that Apple has announced another spectacular quarterly earnings report. Simply put, how can we spur greater economic growth and the creation of more innovative and…

by | Apr 12, 2012

Aaron rightly makes note of Hilary Rosen’s phony (and belated) apology for attacking Ann Romney and other work-at-home moms. However, there is, I think, nothing phony about Rosen’s attack. It is, in fact, part and parcel of a longstanding effort…

by | Apr 12, 2012

Aaron rightly makes note of Hilary Rosen’s phony (and belated) apology for attacking Ann Romney and other work-at-home moms. However, there is, I think, nothing phony about Rosen’s attack. It is, in fact, part and parcel of a longstanding effort…

by | Dec 18, 2011

Along with Jim Antle, Quin Hillyer and Aaron Goldstein, I want to wish our departing friend and colleague, Joseph Lawler, all the best in his new editorial endeavor at RealClear Politics. Joe may be young, but he’s also a sharp-eyed…

by | Dec 18, 2011

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly gets a lot of flak for taking note of the “war on Christmas.” Of course, O’Reilly is absolutely right: There has been a concerted effort, by anti-religious secularists and God-haters, to deprecate the cultural significance of…

by | Dec 16, 2011

As for yesterday’s debate: I think Newt Gingrich made a fatal error by appearing to patronize Michele Bachmann. This clearly angered Michele, and last night, she exacted revenge. Let’s go, as they used to say, to the videotape (or at…

by | Oct 28, 2011

Aaron Goldstein notes that, according to one Islamic authority, the London-based Islamic Sharia Council, women are to be treated, in effect, as second-class citizens in accordance with sharia law. It’s certainly true that the status of women in many Islamic…

by | Oct 26, 2011

As someone who’s long had a not-so-secret journalistic-blogger crush on Jennifer Rubin, I am especially interested in a new Ben Smith piece published in Politico. Rubin, says Smith, is Rick Perry’s “worst nightmare.” Why, from her perch at the Washington…

by | Oct 21, 2011

Ross Douthat mostly hit it out of the park with today’s  column on questions the president must answer about Libya. But one question I wished he’d have lingered on longer is: Who are the rebels? Byron York writes: Evidence is…

by | Oct 20, 2011

The Jerusalem Post is reporting that deposed Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi has been killed “after being captured and wounded in both legs near his hometown of Sirte at dawn.” The killing and capture of Gaddafi at the hands of the…

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