The president's disdain for governance is evident in his ambassadorial picks.
The State Department briefings give you an idea of how delusional the administration is on Iran.
Thomas Pickering personifies the State Department.
The Benghazi fiasco took an ominious turn for the administration as an inspector general is now reviewing the work of an internal State Department review that critics called a white wash.
Kerry gets off to a bad start, showing he's going to learn to run his deaprtment and anticipate crises.
Hillary Clinton's management failure should be a warning to the Senate and to future nominees.
The Palestinian Authority changed its name, but its behavior consistently shows its unwillingness to pursue peace.
The Accountabilty Review Board conceals who is really at fault for the Benghazi attacks.