November 21, 2012
Two entrenched positions define the revenue dimension of the fiscal cliff debate—Republicans’ opposition to rate increases, and President Obama’s longstanding vow not to raise taxes on families making $250,000 per year or less. Each side has reasonable if not completely compelling arguments in favor of its position.
November 20, 2012
A Gaza Family's Deja Vu
In the Shati refugee camp, there is one question in the back of everyone’s mind: Is it happening again?
The Obama administration deserves credit for the successes produced so far by its “pivot to Asia”, from the encouragement of political reform in Myanmar, to the creation of a permanent Marines base in Australia, to the initiation of joint military exercises with the Philippines.
Obamacare critics can't repeal the law, so they're trying to cripple it.