What Have We Learned From the Iraq War?

Knowing what we know now,” would you have invaded Iraq? Jeb Bush stumbled over this question. His answer focused on whether Saddam Hussein's regime had active programs for weapons of mass destruction. But the mistakes relating to WMDs are neither the only, nor the most currently relevant, of the . . . . Continue Reading »

Barack Is to George What Ike Was to Harry

That is, when considering foreign policy on the big threats, Islamism now, communism then.  The policy of the former president, while hotly criticized in the campaign, is basically retained by his successor. So Troy Senik of Ricochet says was Bush’s own prescient view, which has become . . . . Continue Reading »

Redemption of a White House Insider

“I said to the president, ‘You should have taken me by the lapels and tossed me onto Pennsylvania Avenue for what I have done.’ He said to me, ‘I forgive you.’”Gayle recently spoke with Timothy S. Goeglein, author of The Man in the Middle: An Inside Account of . . . . Continue Reading »

Is “Christian” the New “Gay”?

Gayle recently spoke with D. Michael Lindsay, sociologist, newly appointed president of Gordon College, and author of multiple books, including Faith in the Halls of Power: How Evangelicals Joined the American Elite.  Lindsay spearheaded a study of former White House Fellows (an elite . . . . Continue Reading »