GM – still a loser for the U.S. taxpayer and American worker

The Obama economic team crowed when they finally shoved a big chunk of their General Motors stock into the hands…

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Was the death of bin Laden the result of a coup d’etat?

A fascinating and provocative blog post is being discussed intensely on conservative websites in the wake of the assassination of…

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Osama bin Laden’s death: what now in Arab and world politics?

The spectre that has haunted world politics for a decade and more has now been killed off. Will ordinary politics…

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DVD sales collapse highlights failed Hollywood labor strategy

This year’s bargaining round for the major unions in Hollywood was all about quickie deals. SAG and AFTRA joined hands…

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Obama’s “Foreign Policy”: Falling Between Two Stools

Liberal foreign policy guru Walter Russell Mead almost gets at why it is that some in the military say, “we…

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Welcome to the NBA, Donald: Obama can joke but Trump could be for real

Obama tried to turn the tables on Trump at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner this weekend but in doing so…

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