During the age of Obama, we conservatives have often discussed the reasons behind the policies and practices of the president himself and his minions. On matters such as Fast and Furious and the obvious failures of Obamacare, we ask if these are the result of incompetence, or of a consistent ideology and intent. Here are two articles arguing that the latter is true.
Regarding Obama's foreign policy, Victor Davis Hanson in National Review argues that "There is nothing accidental about the president’s apparent foreign-policy blunders."
Touching on both foreign and domestic matters, J. Christian Adams in Frontpage Mag advises us to "Stop giving Obama radicals the benefit of the doubt."