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by | Jun 3, 2013

If ours were a parliamentary democracy like Great Britain, Barack Obama might be on his way out — or already gone. They have something called a vote of no confidence, which provides a quick and easy means of jettisoning a…

by | May 31, 2013

Admirers sometimes say that Barack Obama is too cerebral in not letting his emotions show. But he went all gushy in one telling moment in his speech last week at the National Defense University. That was when he paused to…

by | May 15, 2013

There are faint signs of cognition in Maureen Dowd’s latest column, which raises the remote possibility that the brain-dead left is not completely dead, but only mostly dead — in terms of its ability to hold a critical thought about…

by | Apr 9, 2013

Winston Churchill described socialism as “the morbid doctrine that nothing matters but the equal sharing of miseries.” He spoke of the “inexhaustible” follies of socialism. But while Churchill often mocked socialism, he did not dedicate his political career to its…

by | Mar 1, 2013

History is sometimes made in the unmaking — with some of the critical facts in an appalling event being hurriedly and knowingly swept under a rug like so many pieces of broken glass. This weekend marks the 40th anniversary of…

by | Feb 27, 2013

How could Michelle Obama and the Academy overlook the most famous and influential film of the past year — the one called “Innocence of Muslims,” which President Obama and his team used as a smoke screen for divert attention away…

by | Feb 20, 2013

Finally there is good news on the jobs front for the Obama administration. Al Jazeera, or “Terrorism TV,” as it used to be known for celebrating the three thousand Americans killed on 9/11 and other exploits by Osama bin Laden,…

by | Feb 18, 2013

Write in haste, repent at leisure. The article that appeared in this weekend’s TAS under the title “Obama Fiddled While Benghazi burned… and an election approached” was one that I wrote racing against a deadline. While there is nothing I…

by | Feb 15, 2013

The late Ted Kennedy became known as “the Hero of Chappaquiddick” for leaving a young lady to die after accidentally driving his car off a bridge on the night of July 18, 1969. Kennedy, who swam free, said nothing to…

by | Feb 13, 2013

In last night’s SOTU address, Barack Obama came out firing on all cylinders — eight chambers in sync with one another: these being the president’s love of self, his contempt for his adversaries; the vapidity of his rhetoric; the absence…

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