Duncan Currie acknowledges that any democratic Egyptian politics will have bad Islamist elements, but thinks we’ve overestimated the Muslim Brotherhood’s power.
Andrew McCarthy catches some Muslim Brethren dissembling — and Western liberals falling for it.
William S. Smith tallies the punishments the pharmaceutical industry has earned for supporting Obamacare.
Victor Davis Hanson finds that Obama’s leveling domestic policies and milquetoast foreign policy will replace American exceptionalism with sameness — at home and abroad.
Bob Costa wonders if Sen. John Thune can overcome his relative anonymity, and fight for the 2012 nomination.
Michael Tanner lists ten things he hates about Obama’s budget.
Kathleen Hartnett White explains why the Chamber of Commerce eyed Obama’s last speech with skepticism.