Robert Costa talks with Paul Ryan, who urges a “united front” from the GOP in the debt-limit talks.
Kathryn Jean Lopez chats with Paul Hollander about his new book, Extravagant Expectations.
Elliott Abrams laments President Obama’s routine slowness to act in foreign policy.
Elise Jordan explores the implications of Ahmad Wali Karzai’s assassination.
Carl T. Bogus interviews himself about the great conservative works he’s read.
Jay Nordlinger considers Obama’s rather foolish egomania.
Michael Barone zeroes in on the real point of contention in the debt talks: the size of government.
Lopez also defends Catholic University’s decision to return to single-sex dorms.