As we prepare for the post-election and post-inauguration periods we know, whoever wins, four more years of protest, mobilization, and political pressure will be required.
When pundits talk about the U.S. elections and foreign policy, they focus on Iraq and Iran. But the third member of the infamous “axis of evil” may prove to be just as influential.
Sarah Palin’s acceptance speech was heavy on rhetoric but light on substance. But ginning up the culture war may not work this time around.
I wholly believe in educating my child about contraception. But given that he is 7, I could have waited a few years for that particular talk.
Like any coming-of-age event, the Olympics not only acknowledge transformation, they can be part of that transformation.
The presidential candidate has many questions to answer about the taxpayer-funded organization.
In his recent AIPAC speech, Barack Obama veers right.
The candidates’ positions on Iran are not just about war and peace.
Senators Clinton, McCain, Obama have something to say about the UN, nuclear proliferation and other global cooperation issues. Really.
Many of the most resonant images from the Iraq War are as deceptive as the Bush administration’s rationales for starting the war in the first place.
It’s time to honestly step forth and engage Cubans and their government on the terms they negotiate inside their own country.
On both Iraq and climate change, John McCain supports the Bush status quo.
The presidential contender defends the surge with a speech that FPIF’s military analyst Dan Smith puts under the magnifying glass.