ISG: The granddaddy of armchair quarterbacks

by David Limbaugh -- It's painful to watch the Iraq Study Group (ISG) selectively invoking our Cold War policies to support their recommendation that we negotiate with our enemies. We didn't negotiate more…

The new surrender monkeys: Us

by Letter of the Week -- With the release of the Iraq Study Group Report, it's pretty clear that America has assumed the role of "surrender monkeys." Who could have guessed that we could more…

The Iraq Study Group's magical realism

by Ilana Mercer -- The Iraq Study Group has advised the administration to try a few more tricks before getting our spent men and materiel out of Iraq. Led by James Baker more…

Understanding James Baker

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Despite a recent media report touting the experience and skills James Baker III offers as co-chair of the Iraq Study Group, a look at his record and an more…

Iraq Study Group fails

by Melanie Morgan -- The Iraq Study Group report was a noble undertaking by well-meaning bureaucrats and former politicians. But the report was a failure – a complete failure. While their intentions more…

Why would 'gays' want children?

by Kevin McCullough -- Is there a more obvious product of heterosexual behavior than the creation of children? If so, then isn't it somewhat peculiar that those who shun the behavior of more…

Truth down the memory hole

by Jack Cashill -- For some reason they were nicknamed memory holes. When one knew that any document was due for destruction ... it was an automatic action to lift the flap more…

The track meet of life

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Each time they raise the bar, I hold my breath. Just two inches higher makes all the difference in the world. Nick looks focused, tense and ready to more…

Evil incarnate

by Craige McMillan -- "These people are evil incarnate." – Powerline Blog, Dec. 4, describing the disemboweling, then drawing and quartering of a 46-year-old school teacher whose crime was educating girls in more…

How 1% of us control the nation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I hate to admit it, but I graduated from high school way back in 1963. And although that's not special in and of itself, the differentiating factor is more…