Post Archive

November 14, 2007

Why has the National Alliance endorsed the work of former CIA officer Michael Scheuer? NatAllNews.com, the best “single source for worldwide pro-White news,” presents some choice quotations...

Newsweek and the Washington Post are celebrating the first anniversary of their joint website, "On Faith," which is billed as "A Conversation on Religion...

We are called upon, ladies and gentlemen, to join the arts and sciences faculty of Columbia University in being aghast at the depredations of...

In his blog Swampland, Time magazine’s Joe Klein writes that “We've seeing [sic] a fair amount of triumphalism from the usual suspects on the right...

Readers who think that Yiddish literature in America began and ended with Nobel-prizewinner Isaac Bashevis Singer will find a new book from Stanford University Press...

John Derbyshire, outraged at a long piece in the American Thinker about the online enthusiasm expressed for Ron Paul's presidential campaign by neo-Nazi websites and...

Japan’s new prime minister, Yasuo Fukuda, arrives in Washington tomorrow for talks with President Bush on Friday. This is his first foreign trip since...

contentions contributor Max Boot has an excellent piece in today's New York Times, applauding the State Department's decision to send—will they or nill they—50 foreign...

A major sticking point has arisen in the run-up to the not-much-anticipated Annapolis conference: as a precondition, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is insisting that...

Loose nuclear weapons in Pakistan are, or should be, keeping military planners up at night, especially those in China, Russia, India, and the U.S. Even...

French movies aren't much in vogue with American audiences anymore--the Edith Piaf biopic La Vie en Rose, which has earned $10 million here, is the...

In 2004, London Mayor Ken Livingstone—who has long held a soft spot in his heart for terrorists of the Muslim and (perhaps of weightier concern...