France's burkini ban a symptom of deep discontent
The rest of the world should be paying close attention to France's burkini controversy, because this is the kind of fiasco that ensues when you blast past every exit ramp en route to total social disintegration.
What a Wonderful World
How the election could go wrong for Romney
Six ways that Romney can ensure he loses the election
John Culleton: Financial reforms still a top priority
Rachel Marsden on Waiting for a European Santa Claus
Rachel Marsden asks, what is the alternative to austerity for Europe?
Rachel Marsden: Why France elected a Socialist president
Rachel Marsden: Choice of Hollande stemmed from frustration with the status quo
Europe's lesson for the GOP
Voter revolt against austerity measures in Europe could prove contagious on this side of the Atlantic
Editorial: Sustained recovery eludes us
Robert B. Reich: Why Europe's double dip could lead to one here
U.S. must avoid the European austerity mistake
The truth about France's 'far-right' electoral surge
Rachel Marsden: A "liberal" in France is not the same as a "liberal" in the United States
The 'Pretty Woman' strategy for political victory
Romney's Russia remarks and the dangers of dumbing down
Terrorist hijacks French elections
Sarkozy's cry for help
Will any part of Europe save itself?
Inviting war through weakness?
Socialism fails yet again
Anyone who thinks there's a good alternative to limited government, free market capitalism should take a good, long, hard look at France.
Eurozone crisis: EU could learn a thing or two from Alabama
The supposed harsh measures to prevent EU overspending have no teeth; European leaders should look to Alabama, where public officials can go to jail if they bust the budget.
Sarkozy proves he's no friend of Israel
How has French President Nicolas Sarkozy's personal animus toward Benjamin Netanyahu affected French policy toward Israel?
When will Washington stop believing Iran's lies?
Cal Thomas writes that the State Department and several presidents have been in denial about the true ambitions of Iran and Islamism.
Libyan oil: To the victor go the spoils, but not when you 'lead from behind'
Rachel Marsden writes that America may be at a disadvantage when it comes to Libyan oil contracts because of President Obama's hands-off approach to the conflict there.
France is having an election, and you should care
France's presidential election is truly unsettled, and the results could have a major impact on the eurozone and the world economy.
Lesson from Norway: All ethnic groups are susceptible to lure of terrorism.
Terrorism in Norway shows no country is exempt from radicalism.
Immigration: an American success story
Manhattan Institute expert says that despite all the controversy, the U.S. generally gets immigration right