Obama

A reporter who visited the White House last week brought back the news that the criticism of President Obama’s immobility about the Syrian disaster has “begun to sting.” Good. Something got through. 

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Some liberals shrugged at the legislation's defeat, but there could be serious consequences for those who opposed it.

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Fatal Fatalism

Stop making excuses for senators. Start blaming them.

Stop making excuses for senators. Start blaming them.

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Obama Crosses His Own Red Line

The president turns a blind eye to Syria's use of chemical weapons

Obama has a problem. On August 20, 2012, he declared that the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian dictator is his “red line.” It appears that in March a chemical weapon was used in Khan al-Asal in the province of Aleppo. The game is on. 

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In Defense of Polarizing Politicians

What Margaret Thatcher could teach Obama-era pundits

Barack Obama's critics—and many of his supporters—assume a leader who polarizes the population has failed. Margaret Thatcher's many eulogists do not share that view. 

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Afghanistan After the War

Is peace possible?

In our preoccupation with our war in Afghanistan, we've lost sight of how to bring the country peace.

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Say Yes to the Pipeline—and New Green Regulations

Why triangulation is the answer on Keystone

How to fix the messy politics of the embattled pipeline project.

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The Era of Basketball Diplomacy

Why Dennis Rodman's trip to North Korea was no fluke

Why Dennis Rodman's trip to North Korea was no fluke.

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The Ongoing and Hugely Risky Bailout of the Housing Market

Why the next housing crisis could be worse than the last one

Unless the White House changes course, the next housing crisis will be worse than the last one

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How the GOP Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the ICC

Did the hunt for Kony convince Republicans to finally embrace international justice?

Did the hunt for Kony convince Republicans to finally embrace international justice?

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