Obama was not a disappointment. He may have failed to meet the expectations of everyone who voted for him — duh! — but since when is that mathematically and politically possible?
Obama is clever, good, generous, honest and as optimistic as he is realistic — an extremely rare combination. He will go down in [Read more]
It is inconceivable to accept a mere apology and a situation unchanged because the culprit is a state that poses as the defender of democracy and civilization.
The on-the-ground intervention is a partial contradiction of the inflexible line pursued by the White House, which has been careful — up to now — to not overly involve itself in the conflict.
Among Americans, the pessimism surrounding the possibility of agreement between their country's major political forces keeps growing. In daily press, radio and television reports, the most moderate political observers remember, not without a certain melancholy, a time when the debate inside and outside Congress was [Read more]
'Calming' Ben Carson? Listen to his words, he's right up there with Donald Trump.
Between the worldview of the former student of the KGB academy and that of the former social worker from Chicago, the gulf appears immense.
A Hollywood movie about the Benghazi attack is set for release just before the first Democratic primaries are to be held next February. Ms. Clinton may need to pull off a few more Oscar-worthy performances of her own yet.