Victor Davis Hanson wonders if the president can break his addiction to spending.
Christopher Frenze wants details on what Treasury is planning in case of a partial default.
Henry Payne draws lessons for the debt-ceiling crisis from Michigan’s similar brouhaha in 2007.
John Berlau defends the very idea of a debt ceiling against its detractors.
Jim Lacey advises us to remember the infantry, who get hurt the most by defense cuts.
Conrad Black marvels at the look of the U.S. on the brink of economic disaster.
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross warns that al-Qaeda may be more vigorous than we think.
Michael Barone observes young people moving into the GOP fold.
Thomas Sowell notes Obama’s “balanced” approach includes blaming everyone but himself.
Clifford D. May considers how the U.S. can defeat the Somali pirates.