Conrad Black surveys the geopolitical landscape from the vantage point of Tripoli.
Victor Davis Hanson predicts that Obama’s budget will hasten the arrival of a perfect storm of rising interest rates, an anemic dollar, and panic of foreign lenders.
Andrew Stiles audits Budget 101 — the freshman seminar taught by Dean Paul Ryan of the Department of Budget Studies.
Jay Nordlinger discourses on a politician’s wife, the man with the mustache, Jacques Barzun, and more.
The Editors watch Obama taking off one item of his marriage policy — and sound constitutional interpretation — after another.
Cliff May wonders why, in the midst of a broad Middle East crisis, the U.N. remains focused on Israeli settlements.
Michael Barone follows the money from AFSCME, to the White House, and back to Wisconsin.
Deroy Murdock condemns fleeing legislators, the books they’ve cooked, and the thugs among their supporters.