Andy McCarthy details the victories and losses of the Ghailani trial.
Tevi Troy reveals what Republicans on Capitol Hill are reading.
Ibn Warraq writes that the Islamic world’s capacity for self-criticism will determine its future.
Katrina Trinko describes how Indiana’s new state legislature will enable budget-cutter extraordinaire Mitch Daniels.
Henry Olsen examines the Republican party’s growing popularity with the working classes.
Michael Barone wonders at Obama’s creation of international acrimony over questionable economics.
Clifford D. May urges Democrats to give the incoming Congress its say on New START.
Victor Davis Hanson argues that Obama remains obsessively — and harmfully — fixated on his predecessor.